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Behind the Scene in Schools

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You could find that Grade 3 material is being taught as if it is Grade 2. And children are being assessed for Grade 2 on Grade 3 materials.

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Autism and Schools

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Autism and Schools Autism and Schools is a post that deals only with Level 1 Autism, known as Aspergers Syndrome. How A Diagnosis Is Made:  The DSM or Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, and the ICD, The International Classification of Diseases, are the two most influential and widely used handbooks when diagnosing Asperger’s syndrome.  […]

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Teaching The Dyslexic Child, No 1 Primary Schools

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Teaching The Dyslexic Child No 1 Understand The Research First. To browse lesson packages click the blue button. Dyslexia and dysgraphia have been discussed extensively. Research is ongoing and progress is being made. However, Dr Jon Lieff warns that there is still much we don’t know and advises caution in response to new findings (http://www.searchijonlieffmd.com/…/can-neuroscience-improve-education). […]

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Teaching The Dyslexic Child No 2 Primary Schools

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The Dyslexic Child In The Classroom To browse lesson packages click the blue button. Dyslexia affects about 4% of children in English-speaking countries. Many children learn quickly through implicit teaching. They catch on.  But dyslexic children need instruction spelled out with no assumptions. This also applies to all children with a learning difficulty. The combination […]

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