Supporting Students with Learning Disabilities

Learning how to support students with learning disabilities is a central skill for all educators. Very few teachers will go through their career without being […]

Podcast: Tools for Distance Learning and Disabilities

Meghan Whittaker of the National Center for Learning Disabilities is our guest speaker this week. She explores a new toolkit from NCLD all about mindsets, […]

Multi-Sensory Literacy Activities

This post is part of a series celebrating National Library Week. Learn more about NLW events, activities, and resources here. The idea behind multi-sensory learning […]

Reading, Disability & Blackness

After listening to Thomas Reid and his must-listen-to podcast “Reid My Mind Radio” I find myself thinking deeper about blackness and reading, disability and reading, […]

Special Education and Disability

The problem of disability.

Supporting Struggling Students in Math

Supporting students who struggle in math with developmentally appropriate content and pedagogical strategies

Making Holiday Gifts with Your Children

The holiday season is a great time to teach your children the importance of appreciation. Children with exceptionalities tend to have more adults with which […]

I like to move it move it – Indoors!

We all know that getting exercise is vital for our physical and mental health.  It lifts our mood and makes life that much better. In […]

Getting Through Thanksgiving With a Smile

With the right outlook, we can really appreciate the unique opportunities and insights brought into our lives by children with exceptionalities.  However, even at the […]

The Whens, Whats and Whys of ADD / ADHD Accommodations in Higher Learning

On the heels of the “That’s not fair” age, students often set themselves up for failure by failing to make use of a system that […]

Why You Need a Professional College Consultant

“It’s an extra expense.” “I don’t have time for that.” “There’s already a guidance counselor at school.” “With older siblings around, we know all the […]

Why are you so expensive? (Or What Can I Expect from an Academic Advocate?)

I am not one to dance around an issue. You are gearing up to send your student to a very expensive college or high school […]

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