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What is 'Processing'? Processing refers to how the brain takes in, uses, stores, retrieves, and expresses information.
This section is designed to enable teachers, counselors, and other professionals to read, understand, and apply the information available in psychoeducational reports. It will also sensitize teachers and counselors to the elements of a quality psychoeducational assessment, to be informed consumers with the ability to discriminate high quality from low quality reports, and to effectively use the information in thorough, quality assessments.
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Case Study 1 | Case Study 2 | Case Study 3 | FAQ | Resources Students with specific learning disabilities have average to above average intelligence but may have difficulties acquiring and demonstrating knowledge and understanding.
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Guided by research, educators at Cochrane Collegiate have homed in on ten top teaching methods, and teachers receive weekly PD to help them implement the practices. Watch the video (1) .
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Some experts say “dyslexia” does not exist.
Setting up your child for school success The classroom environment can be a challenging place for a child with ADD/ADHD.
Teaching ADD/LD Children to Follow Directions at School and at Home | ADDitude - ADHD & LD Adults and ChildrenIs it expecting too much for my child to do as I say?