It’s week three of the “not-back-to-school” survival kit–let’s talk about our challenging children.
As parents, we know there is no cookie-cutter way to educate because not all kids are alike.
Don’t hesitate to get creative and inventive in your approach to education. Let’s get into some ways you can accommodate your children who might just need a little extra.
So many fantastic curricula are available for home educators, but sometimes, they just need to be tweaked. Back-to-school is a perfect time. Explore how you can adapt and tailor your curricula for your unique learners.
Focus is a challenge to the old and young alike. For those with ADHD, focus can seem like their nemesis, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are six tips for taming big behaviors.
AUDIO: Learn the most significant warning signs of a learning disability, get easy-to-use ideas, and discover why certain teaching techniques are more effective in practice.
Twice-exceptional students often face anxiety, which means parents can feel they don’t have the tools or knowledge they need. Discover how you can effectively notice, understand, and help manage the anxiety that comes with gifted and twice-exceptional children.
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