Helping Your Twice-Exceptional Child

Helping Your Twice-Exceptional Child

The double-edged sword of frustration: 2e, twice-exceptional Twice-exceptional students can hide their difficulties for years, but then can get frustrated and down on themselves easily. That makes recognizing 2e early important and makes interventions valuable. 2e....

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Our Guide On Teaching From Home

Our Guide On Teaching From Home

Working, Parenting, and Teaching - in the Age of COVID-19 If you find yourself now homeschooling your child (not by choice), you are  not alone. About a billion children across the globe are looking to their parents for educational guidance due to the COVID-19 crisis....

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How to Manage a Shut Down Learner

How to Manage a Shut Down Learner

Why Your Child Shuts Down and How to Respond For many children, shutdowns are a last resort, a way out of an overwhelming situation. Children want to please, and they understand that shutting down does not please parents or teachers.  And yet for many, it's a common...

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Take Control of Your Child’s Learning

Take Control of Your Child’s Learning

When the school's timeline & goals differ from yours Raising a child is challenging enough, parenting a struggling learner - including auditory processing disorder, dyslexia, and ADHD - multiplies that challenge tenfold. This post focuses on what you can do when...

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Three Tips to Ease Back to School Stress

Three Tips to Ease Back to School Stress

Easing Back Into a School Routine The start of a new school year can be a stressful time for students and parents alike. This is especially true for students with learning difficulties. Whether the summer was fun filled and free of academics or included activities to...

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