ADHD daydreaming is a common occurrence that often gives parents cause for concern. However, it is not always a bad thing. So what are its pros and cons? What is the best thing to do when it happens? Read on to explore the answers to these questions.
Younger children with Aphasia have a multitude of opportunities to either totally recover from this neurological disorder or to be helped dramatically through therapy and technology.
Do you have children with intellectual disabilities in your classroom? Here are some modifications for students with an intellectual disability that can help them learn better.
Teaching remedial reading can be a repetitive process, which can be frustrating for both the student and the teacher. Luckily, there are many resources including free remedial reading activities out that are both effective and provide variety.
Learning disabilities are neurological disorders. By definition, those with learning disorders are otherwise of normal intelligence and simply have difficulty with a specific skill. This list of learning disabilities details those commonly encountered in the classroom.
The effects of labeling students “learning disabled” can have consequences. What are they? Here we explore both the positive and the negative.
Do you have a student who struggle in the classroom? He or she may have a learning disability. Read on to learn more about the characteristics of learning disabilities.
A mild intellectual disability might sound self-explanatory, but there are many factors and evaluations necessary to designate someone as mildly intellectually disabled. Learn more about what this label means for students as they progress through their education.
It can be difficult to distinguish between a learning disability or a language delay, and some children present with both. Gain a better understanding of the symptoms and differences of each condition, and let readers know when a child should be tested.
This concise guide covers what to expect when teaching students with profound disabilities, plus tips for success like setting realistic IEP goals, working as a team, sharing the load and using multi-teacher classes and a community education focus.There’s also a bonus music lesson idea!