There were many excellent presenters speaking on topics of interest regarding the 1 in 5 with learning and attention issues at EdRev Expo 2018. Slides are available for each of the EdRev Expo 2018 workshops.
In this community education session for educators, Lisa Parnello discusses how to identify a student with word attack struggles and offers helpful strategies that can make them a more successful reader.
Esta presentación le ayuda a identificar los obstáculos que pueden estar evitando que su hijo/hija sea más independiente. Aprende estrategias prácticas para ayudar a su hijo/hija a sentirse más seguro/a
Nina Parrish, a special educator with seven years’ experience as a public school teacher and seven more as a private tutor writes in article published in Edutopia that, "focusing on the positive" is one of
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is predicated on the simple belief that designing lessons based on our conventional learners ignores the instructional needs of the outliers.
As research about dyslexia brings more information to light, best practices are evolving, including the recommendation for universal screening in kindergarten and first grade in order to address the issue bef
Test your knowledge about speech and language development in young children with this 10-question quiz developed by CHC's speech and language pathology (SLP) team.
Daydreaming implies pleasure and escape. It suggests choice. However, it is much more likely that our students with their heads in the clouds are simply students who have not been identified as having Attenti
We are a language-based society with deeply rooted traditions that rely on reading and writing. One in five students has a language-based learning disability, the most common of those being dyslexia. Fortunat