The following checklist can help you determine whether your child may have a learning difference.
“Twice exceptional” (2e) is the term used to describe intellectually gifted children with great potential for academic achievement who also have a learning disability or neurological challenge.
It’s normal to make mistakes and even struggle a little when learning new things. But repeated, long-lasting problems may be a sign of a learning disability.
Presenter Keri Chismar showcases how free Microsoft learning tools can be used to support classroom engagement of reading and writing.
In a sea of professional development opportunities for teachers, how do you decide what’s most important for teachers to learn? What will make the biggest impact on the students?