By Ari Kalinowski
Many non-typical students have unique strengths that are ideally suited for the burgeoning technology job market. Consider the following examples.
Kids with ADHD tend to think outside the box, often making connections that others miss. They also… Read the rest
By Melissa Rey
As any student with dyslexia will tell you, the classroom often brings more frustration than fun. One of the best ways to help a dyslexic learner is to help her find opportunities for success outside of school.… Read the rest
By Susan Baum, Ph.D.
Students with learning disabilities who are also gifted have unique needs. These twice-exceptional (2e) kids understand far more than their mainstream peers, yet they may have trouble spelling simple words, tying their shoes, or remembering to… Read the rest
The following article is excerpted from What’s the Deal with Teens and Time Management? by Leslie Josel, People Tested Books, Pennington, NJ, 2015.
How we process information, organize our thoughts, and lay down that learning is called our “learning style,”… Read the rest
We’re getting to know more and more about the relationship between dyslexia—reading disabilities—and the wonderful abilities that children with dyslexia often have in other areas. Bright kids with learning disabilities generally have special talents in one of four areas: Performing… Read the rest