Category: Learning disabilities

ADHD
ADHD Strategies Every Teacher Should Know

Learning Is a Collaboration
Success in the classroom is a two-way street. To learn, students must be prepared and motivated for class. But teachers have to prepare as well. Understanding a child’s unique challenges will help teachers and students become a winning team. Here are valuable strategies for kids with ADHD to help teachers know how students with ADHD learn best.

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ADHD
Could It Be A Learning Disability?

An ADHD diagnosis isn’t always the answer. Learn how certain red flags, like an inability to communicate or remember facts, might mean your child is struggling with a learning disability.

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Learning disabilities (The Basics)

What are learning disabilities?Learning disabilities are problems that cause a child to have trouble learning. For example, a child might have problems learning to read, write, or do math. Learning disabilities do not have anything to do with how smart a child is. Children with learning disabilities can be just as smart or smarter than other children their age. But they have brain differences that make it hard for them to learn, remember, and use information.

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Dyslexia

What is dyslexia?Dyslexia is a problem that makes it hard for a child to learn to read. Dyslexia has nothing to do with how smart a child is. Children with dyslexia can be just as smart as or smarter than other children their age. But they have brain differences that affect the way they process written words. They have trouble understanding the connection between letters (or groups of letters) and sounds.

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