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Multisensory Instruction Improves Learning

As varied are the students who make up classrooms across the country, so too are the ways they learn as well. Good teachers try to integrate many techniques into the way they teach curriculum. However, many subjects can pose challenges, and if the teacher is either inexperienced, or “set in his/her ways” the difficulty is… Read more »

3(+1) Challenges We’ve Seen (and Solutions!) In Personalized Learning

A Change in the Teaching Model Educational pedagogy has seen a sizable shift toward attempting to personalize learning in the last few years. The emergence of libraries worth of online resources, coupled with the trend in “flipping” classrooms, has made it easier than ever for students to learn utilizing “personalized learning plans” (“PLPs” as one… Read more »

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Happens

We introduced the importance of social emotional learning skills in a previous blog piece, 6 Ways to Jump Start Social Emotional Skills for Learning.  This time, we’ll take a look at a specific program… There is a lot of chatter about schools implementing Social Emotional Learning (SEL) into their curricula. Recognizing that emotions don’t just happen behind the… Read more »

5 Myths Surrounding Executive Functions Deficits

As the use of the term and the frequency of the diagnosis of “Executive Functions Disorder” increases, it is important to sort through facts surrounding it. Myth # 1: Executive Function Issues Aren’t Real A parent with a child who suffers from the inability to plan or organize, or anyone themselves who is inflexible or unable… Read more »

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Tracing With The Index Finger Aids in Learning Information

How each student learns varies from individual to individual. Some learn better by seeing information, some by hearing it presented, while others learn best when combining the two modes. For students to acquire new skills and be able to use them as foundations for more new learned information, practice is used to achieve this objective.… Read more »