Contributor: Austin Smucker | Length : 50 | File type : Audio
Then, there are those fast students who get their speed drills done in half the time given on the drill. What to do? Send them outside for an early recess?
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.
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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
Contributor: Lynell Nissley | File type : Blog Post
Dyslexia. ADHD. ASD. Learning disabilities. Intellectual disability. Special education. Therapy. Tutoring. Diet. Medicine. Slow learner. IEP. Phonological awareness. Reading co... Read More
Contributor: Peter Whitt | Length : 52 | File type : Audio
Dyslexia, says Peter, is not a defect; it is a design feature. Peter leads workshop members in recognizing signs of dyslexia. Courtesy CASBI.
Contributor: Peter Whitt | Length : 31 | File type : Audio
Following up on a session that focused on identifying dislexia, Peter offers tools to help learners process better. He refers to Overcoming Dyslexia by Sally Shaywitz. Courtesy CASBI.
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Contributor: Jonathan Erb | Length : 40 | File type : Audio
Stanley addresses the importance of a clear conscience and calls us to a higher level of integrity.
Courtesy Western Fellowship Teachers' Institute.
Contributor: Simon Schrock | Length : 64 | File type : Audio
Drawing from extensive experience in education, and from the insights of his audience, Simon presents ideas for meeting the needs of students.
Contributor: Elson Sommers | Length : 63 | File type : Audio
Elson explores general teaching methods, and ways to adjust them to meet the needs of individual