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Developmental delay during early years can lead to learning disabilities. All children develop and learn differently. Mental and physical development will improve over time for most children. Some delays of significance may be indicators of developing learning disabilities.
Everything about children, from thinking to learning, is different. Because we know that they are so different, effective teachers know that differentiated instruction is needed to help all children to make connections for learning.
Diversity in the Classroom
Children in classrooms today have individual learning needs. Learning preferences, backgrounds, as well as the needs of students vary. In order to adapt approaches to differentiation, it is necessary to take a look at instructional plans in a critical way.
Dividing Time Between your Kids
Dividing time between your kids with and without learning disabilities can be a juggling act.
Dyscalculia is a math learning disability that often effect children with learning disabilities. Weaknesses vary in visual-spatial processing, language processing, and temporal-sequential ordering. The mastery of basic math facts early in life makes the ability to move to advanced problems easier.
Easy Ways to Manage Anger
There are many factors that can cause anger. Traffic jams, loss of income, health issues, and the economy are only a few causes of the emotion called anger. The good thing about anger is that it can be controlled with practice.
Finding Answers to Tough Questions
Adulthood can mean lots of challenges, including making responsible decisions. Things like transportation, car insurance, job hunting, and bill paying can add lots of stress. The stress level can decrease dramatically if independent living is well planned.
Great Summer Activities
Summer is fast approaching. It's time to plan satisfying and invigorating activities for your child with learning disabilities. Take a look at these great ideas.
Growing Up With Learning Disabilities
Children are often asked, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Are children with learning disabilities equipped to answer that question? A "can do" attitude can make all of the difference.
Helping Kids Reach Their Goals
Goal setting can be a challenge in itself for children with learning disabilities. The ability to plan ahead along with distractions can become discouraging. There are ways to help children, as well as adults with learning disabilities set achievable goals.
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