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Learning Tools. Trident Academy - Archives. Congratulations, Mrs. Oliger! Mrs. LeighAnne Oliger is the recipient of a Scholarship award from the Beta Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority. The scholarship was given "to support your efforts towards your educational goals to receive a masters degree in guidance counseling. " The award was presented to Mrs.
Upper School Awards Day - May 11, 2007 Proud students gathered in the multi-purpose room Friday, May 11, to received recognition for their hard work and effort this school year. Students Hold Tribute to Mr. On May 10, students gathered in the multi-purpose room to honor Mr. Teachers Appreciation Week What do all Trident teachers possess? May Teacher Spotlight May’s Teacher’s Spotlight focuses on a teacher who is completing her third year at Trident Academy. Ann is a licensed tour guide for the City of Charleston. She is married to Ben Hall who is an educator on the Spirit of South Carolina tall ship. Trident Academy Summer 2007. Www.ortonacademy.org. Orton-Gillingham Academy Orton-Gillingham: their specific methods, how and where to find this training for practitioners and educators. www.ortonacademy.org - Cache The Approach - Orton-Gillingham Academy Practitioners and Educators. P.O. Find an Instructor - Orton-Gillingham Academy 425 Morse Hill Road Amenia, NY 12501 (845) 373-8111 www.kildonan.
Academy Required Reading Lists Associate Level AOGPE Associate Reading List 4-07. 1. Links of Interest - The International Dyslexia Association. Special Educational Needs.
Learning Disability Help: Children with Learning Disabilities « arch-online.org – your guide to disability rights and disability truths. Children with learning disabilities may have certain disabled children rights but they can still have a very tough childhood. They have to try extra hard to cope up with the others and may still fall behind if they lack proper learning disability services. A child with learning disability may never be cured but there are a number of learning disability resources available which makes their lives easier.
Understanding a leaning disability student and providing them with appropriate help ensures a very prospective future for them. Understand a Child with Leaning Disability What is a learning disability? Learning Disability Help: Types of Learning Disabilities Learning disabilities can occur in a number of regions of the brain. Dyslexia: Inability to readDyspraxia: Sensory/Motor DisorderDyscalculia: Math reasoning disabilityAD/HD: Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity DisorderDysgraphia: Inability to writeVisual and Auditory Communication. Learning Disabilities in the News - News Stories on Learning Disabilities. News stories of interest to parents of children with learning disabilities, from the Parenting Special Needs blog and news sources around the Web.
For the latest news, go to the Today's News folder. Feds Invest $10 Million Into Research for Severe Learning DisabilitiesFrom Education Week's On Special Education blog: "The National Center for Special Education Research awarded a 5-year, $10 million grant to the university to create an 'Accelerated Academic Achievement Research Center.' Between 2,000 and 3,000 students in Nashville schools will participate in the research. " 5 Ways to Help Kids Improve Reading ComprehensionIdeas from the blog Different Dream. 11 Ways to Strengthen Memory in Kids with Special NeedsTips from a parent on the blog Different Dream for My Child. 14 Mental Health Tips for Children with Learning DisabilitiesAdvice from the Friendship Circle blog.
International Dyslexia Association. In November 2014, IDA’s Reading, Literacy & Learning Conference (including the 65th Annual Conference for Professionals and 3rd Annual Conference for Families) is heading to the west coast!
The conference will be held at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront, November 12-15, 2014. A block of rooms has been reserved at a reduced rate at the hotel for convenience. Hotel Reservations will be made available in the spring. The professional conference is attended by 2,000 teachers, educators, administrators, reading specialists, researchers, university faculty, psychologists, physicians, speech language pathologists, tutors and parents and is considered the premier professional development conference dedicated to reading, literacy and learning. Professionals from around the globe will share evidence-based research and teaching methods with the educators who implement those best-practices in the classroom.
Details can be found by clicking the links to the right and below.