Believe in Yourself
Change your circumstances by changing your thinking. I have taught students of all ages with learning disabilities. One thing that I have found is the fact that many students do not believe in themselves. Many have been beaten down by negative comments by others or even past experiences.
Corporal Punishment in the School
The first day of school is an exciting time for most children. A new teacher, new friends, and an opportunity to learn are expected. Spanking, pinching or paddling is not thought to be an option.
Developing Positive Self-Motivation
Students with learning disabilities are often faced with challenges and disappointments along their journey of pursuing life’s challenges. With each failure, the level of motivation to complete certain tasks is decreased. This lack of success leads to lack of positive self-motivation.
Family Roundtable Discussions with Kids
Making time to gather as a family or with family and close friends in roundtable discussion is an opportunity to listen to each other and give insight from all present.
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.
Teach Kids to Stay Close to Home
Teach kids to stay close to home because of dangers from strangers.
Tips for Kids with Nonverbal Learning Disabilities
Social skills are affected by Nonverbal Learning Disabilities. When most people think of “nonverbal” they think of lack of communication. Children with nonverbal disabilities can be totally opposite.
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