Serving Students with Learning Needs (Nathan Yoder)

by Nathan Yoder

A potter’s house provides an excellent analogy for teaching children with learning disabilities, says Nathan. Our children are good molding material, no matter what their needs. Like clay, children will benefit more from intervention if it happens earlier. Nathan describes quality tools for working with learning disabilities, and urges working closely with our students. Courtesy Christian Light Education (CLE).

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CLE Workshops 2015
Publication Date: February 27, 2017
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  • I found Nathan’s talk both helpful & encouraging! “Be slow to give labels”…and he illustrated vividly the weakness of doing so. “What’s normal?” Any child, whether gifted or seemingly deficient, needs to be taught Godly character in order to succeed in life.