Resources for Families Managing Learning Differences

EDUCATION & SCIENCE RESOURCE: A DIFFICULTY LEARNING TO BECOME A FLUENT READER

The I.Q. in individuals with dyslexia may be above average to high. Often, these students possess a creative brilliance for multi-dimensional thinking, vision, and complex problem solving that is rarely realized without tiered systems of teaching. In the absence of explicit, systematic reading instruction.

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LEARNING DIFFERENCES, DISTINCTIONS, DISABILITIES

Simply defined, a learning difference interferes with a person's ability to process information and creates a gap between intellectual capability and performance in the classroom. With identification and early interventions.

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5 QUESTIONS
TO ASK ABOUT 21ST CENTURY EDUCATION

Technology, efficiencies, and communication are exponentially more insistent. Virtual staff, robotic assembly lines, office computing, to name a few, are eliminating tens of millions of manual labor jobs. Since 2000, computers have become a billion times more powerful, a fraction of the cost, and soon will be competing with humans for 'thought work' jobs.

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