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The world's leading website on learning disabilities and ADHD
The world's leading website on learning disabilities and ADHD

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Can you teach #math without words?

A researcher with #dyslexia believes so! His interactive program targets spatial strengths, and is designed with LD students in mind.
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10 Ways to Cultivate a Love of #Reading in Students: http://ow.ly/i31Df #litearcy #ed #teaching
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iTrace is a new handwriting, spelling, and letter identification iPad #app   for students with #dysgraphia   and other #LD .

Reviewers call the interface engaging and kid-friendly. Let us know your thoughts! #assistivetech  
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Find out why third grade can be the make-or-break year for many children learning to read. #LD #literacy  
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#Neurodiversity embraces the strengths of students with special needs. #LD #sped  
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This June, the 5th Annual #Dyscalculia   and Math Learning Difficulties conference will take place in London! #LD  Read all about it on the conference site.
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Is the rapid pace of your tech-centric surroundings taking a toll on you? Learn about #mindfulness practices for adults with #ADHD .
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Wish your child with #LD had a mentor who experienced and overcame similar struggles? Meet Eye To Eye, a national mentoring movement that matches young students with #dyslexia and #ADHD to their high school and college counterparts.
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Read S.E.A.'s take on the potential causes of off-task classroom behavior among children with special needs. #sped #IEP   #LD #specialeducation  
I attended an IEP this week where the discussion focused mainly on the student’s off task behavior; there are a variety of reasons why a student will exhibit this behavior.  The difficulty is identifying the exact reasons why or what triggered the off task behavior.  I think we as parents and educators of children with special needs must keep in mind that in order to determine the cause of off task behavior, we must acknowledge all the areas of need first.  Most children with special needs have multiple disabilities, so it’s imperative to look at each area as a possible trigger for off task behavior.
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