Why We Use Readers In Residence For More Than Just Reading - language arts, learning differences, dyslexia

Why We Use Readers In Residence For More Than Just Reading

I re-read my boys' psycho-educational evaluations last week. I wanted to remind myself, as I planned for the new school year, of how vast the asynchrony is in how they learn. Honestly, it's easy to overlook the really off the charts categories. Like my youngest who, at eleven years old, can barely read at a second-grade level, but whose vocabulary and comprehension scores are...Read More

Hands-On Learning and Movement For The Struggling Learner

When my son was eight, he still struggled to recognize the difference between a capital "H" and a capital "I." He'd been singing the alphabet song since preschool, coloring way too many different pictures of hippos and igloos, and practicing those two letters on his handwriting sheets for almost five years. But still, when he saw an "H" he faltered.  When an "I" came...Read More