Resources for Families Managing Learning Differences
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.
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.
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.