Learning Disabilities

Resources and Ideas for the Special Ed Classroom

Contributor: Becky Sue Kreider | File type : Curricular

In part one, Becky lists a series of tools and techniques that you may find helpful in teaching children with learning disabilities. In part two, she adds curricula and activities from a number of pub... Read More

Working with High Needs Students (Stephan Gingerich)

Contributor: Stephan Gingerich | Length : 49 | File type : Audio

Every school has them. The ones the teachers and principal gets to know best. Here is practical help and perspective in relating to the ones who give us our profession.

Working with the Slow Learner (Stephan Gingerich)

Contributor: Stephan Gingerich | Length : 68 | File type : Audio

What defines a learning disability? How can a Christian school teacher work with the variety of learning capabilities present in the classroom when there is more than one grade to teach and no Special... Read More

The ADHD Question (Anthony Hurst)

Contributor: Anthony Hurst | Length : 62 | File type : Audio

The complex and controversial subject of ADHD will likely never be completely understood. We will first consider possible physical factors and then look at ways to effectively help these children.... Read More

Working With The Struggling Student (John Troyer)

Contributor: John Troyer | Length : 64 | File type : Audio

What do you do with a student that constantly turns in substandard work (if he or she does it at all)? How do you determine their abilities? How do you help them develop reasonable study skills?... Read More

Helping Struggling Students Taste Success

Contributor: Peter Whitt | Length : 5 | File type : Audio

"The success of today is the strength to face tomorrow."Struggling students may seldom find the satisfaction of success. Mr. Whitt explains how he helped several students in his classroom succeed.... Read More

Working with the Struggling Student (Peter Whitt)

Contributor: Peter Whitt | Length : 61 | File type : Audio

How do you dig deep into the root of a student's struggles? We will look at understanding and accepting them as God has created them and how to make learning a challenging and positive experience. ... Read More

Helping Students with ADHD: The Anabaptist Advantage

Contributor: Austin Shenk | File type : Article

ADHD may feel like a giant of a problem which we are not equipped to handle, but before we loose heart let's consider the advantages that Anabaptists have in helping students with ADHD.The present... Read More

Gifted Children

Contributor: Judith Yoder | File type : Article

Around six to ten percent (3-5 million) of today’s students are gifted children. These students are different than your normal students or even challenged students in their learning style, depth... Read More