Students with learning challenges are not the only ones who struggle. Their parents and teachers encounter challenges working to ensure these children receive the education and attention they need and deserve. Learn some ways to help your child attain success in school.
People are often uncertain about how to respond to someone who stutters. While you want to be helpful, saying or doing the wrong thing could embarrass you both or result in hurt feelings. Learning causes and triggers of stuttering can help you react appropriately.
In our age of vast technology and all of the changes that have influenced education, there are more tools than ever to help kids with learning problems. Some of these tools are implemented by the school while others can be used at home.
Students of all ability levels can be successful in this fun art activity that has students explore texture using nontraditional tools.
Students of all ability levels can be successful in this team based activity where student combine recycled art with collaborative art to practice positive social interactions.
Students of all ability levels can be successful in this fun art activity that explores a somewhat controlled splatter paint art project.
Infuse some technology into art for students of all ability levels in this fun art lesson using free iPad apps!
There has been ample discussion on the executive functions in recent years and the popular topic has emerged from being largely contained to the medical scene to expanding far into the educational arena.
For many families, choosing to have their child evaluated to dismiss, detect, or confirm a learning disability is an intimidating process. There are various motives for pursuing educational testing and it can be an excellent tool for parents and educators to help a student in need.
Have you ever thought about using centers to teach math concepts in your inclusion classroom? This lesson plans spells out some centers that will engage learners of all levels.