Teacher Resources

Watch this space for regularly updated articles, tips, and research that will help you reach all your students, without adding extra work to your schedule!

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Dyscalculia

Concrete first: it's got to be hands-on. For these students, counting has to start with objects, not written numbers.

High functioning Autism

Deep breaths: when these students act out, it's a sign that their frustration level is at 11! Give them  time to relax between subjects and tasks.

Processing disorders

Slow your roll! Students with processing disorders need time to think-- literally. 

Dyslexia

Dyslexia and dyscalculia are often identified together, even though they occur in different areas of the brain.  Support them by reading directions and repeating instructions. Less writing. Less text.

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