January 2, 2009

Tim was a student with learning disabilities I had the opportunity to teach during his elementary years and again during his high school years. This unique circumstance allowed me to see the long-term impact of the intervention program employed and to identify an area...

January 2, 2009

Educational settings are under pressure to become inclusive communities. Inclusion in schools is most often thought about in regard to academic inclusion, where students of differing needs and levels of academic abilities learn together in the same class setting. Howev...

January 2, 2009

Parent involvement, engagement, and participation in children’s education (hereafter parent involvement) takes many forms, including volunteering in schools and classrooms, communicating with teachers and other school staff, and attending parent teacher conferences, am...

January 2, 2009

Simply put, there’s no perfect method or commercial program for teaching struggling readers how to read. Every method or program has flaws. As Richard Allington, past President of the International Reading Association, has noted, no program is complete, no program is a...

January 2, 2009

Algebraic learning constitutes a challenging goal for students with Learning Disabilities (LD), as it presupposes the possession of skills in the performance of which students with LD often encounter considerable difficulties. Some of these skills are: the recognition...

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