Fall Celebration…A True Celebration

“Students can not benefit from instructional practices or interventions that they do not receive!”  These were the words of Dr. Tanya Ihlo as she presented “contagious” information for the need to close the implementation gap and improve student outcomes.  80+ attendees, including individuals with dyslexia, parents, teachers, administrators, speech/language pathologists and community leaders gained insight…
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Why Recognizing Children with Dyslexia at School Can be Difficult

  By Holly Korbey From MindShift, a Flipboard magazine by MindShift When Anna and Chris Thorsen of Nashville sat down for the first parent-teacher conference of their daughter Clara’s second-grade year, they weren’t surprised to hear that Clara was having trouble telling time. Her teacher also said that Clara seemed to learn something one day,…
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Do you try to help your child or grandchild with homework?  Do you offer to help them study for the weekly spelling test or other test?  Do you practice math facts with them?  The saying, “practice makes perfect”, reminds us that it takes practice to learn a new skill or remember important information.  How that…
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