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SchwabLearning.org

Designed as a parent's guide that helps identify difficulties, offers management strategies for their children, home, family, school and learning, and how to connect with others, this site also provides many resources for teachers and information for students to explore these topics as well. There are sections on early signs and symptoms to look for, LD and reading basics, social, emotional and psychological issues, child development, and how to test your knowledge on any of these issues. Additional resources and publications are provided. learning difficulties, ADHD, assistive technology, self esteem, social skills, Spanish

Published by Schwab Learning in 2006

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Curriculum Information For Resource

Snapshot
Grade Level(s):K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Curriculum Areas:Special Education
Themes/Keywords: Learning Difficulties


Vocabulary
LD, AD/HD, IEP, NCLB, 504 plan, assistive technology, self-esteem


Essential Question(s)
1. How can parents and teachers best support all learners in school?

Discussion Question(s)
1. What does it mean to be classified as having a learning disability? How does it affect a child's classroom experience?
2. What is available to support students with learning disabilities in reading, math, and other subjects?

Extension and Activities
1. Assign students to read the articles available on this website in each of the six areas, and take a test in one of the five areas with tests. Ask them to bring information back to the class regarding what they learned.
2. Explore the articles and resources having to do with technology to support learning and share it with other teachers and parents.


"Thank you for such a well designed site for this course! All the links work, and it is easy to maneuver from one place to another. I like how the assignments are clearly listed and have the date next to them. I can get right to learning when I log on rather than struggling to figure out how how to get from place to place. I’m taking another online course now and it is a nightmare and very frustrating.

Thanks for making this a good experience!"



pictureDaryl Hanneman
School Psychologist
Grant Wood AEA - Cedar Rapids, Iowa






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