Auditory processing disorder is extremely frustrating for those who have it. There are easy changes you can make in your classroom that can help students with this learning disability.
Frank Coppola said, “I prefer to distinguish ADD as Attention Abundance Disorder. Everything is just so interesting…remarkably at the same time.” Changing how you view ADHD can change how those with ADHD view themselves. Learn more about teaching strategies for children with ADHD.
Dyslexia can be a frightening word to hear for both parent and child. Several positive characteristics shared by many people with dyslexia are worth focusing on. Navigating through this complicated disorder is made easier by playing to a person’s strengths while working on their weaknesses.
Dyslexia can be more complicated than a disorder that causes letters to appear backwards. This article provides clarification on the different types of dyslexia as well as the signs that accompany each variation for students with special needs.