Often, I would work with students who, on-record, had learning disabilities, yet, when they were given strategies that honored their learning style, these students had the potential to be successful.
I recently completed a training session with teachers in Alaska. As I almost always do, I learned a new classroom management strategy from a teacher in my audience – something I hadn’t thought of in the classroom context.
Dear Susan: My child has horrible handwriting / printing. It’s almost illegible. What can I do?
I’ve always believed that there’s more than one way to motivate students. The key is to make them feel that they have control over their destiny.
I was searching for some information on math help for a client and found a couple of websites that I felt I should pass on for others to enjoy.