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[PREMIUM] Moving to learn: The UPSIDE to Fidgeting

Researchers from Florida presented visually dramatic evidence of the difference in ADHD student hyperactivity dependng on the task at hand. 52 boys ages 8 to 12 were studied. 32 had ADHD and 30 served as controls. 44% of ADHD students had been prescribed stimulant medication, and these students had medicines held for at least 24 […]
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Strategies for the SAT for Students with Dyslexia

This review of SAT Strategies for dyslexic students is a bit old – and some of the information may even inaccurate regarding dyslexic students’ capabilities, but there is good content in this article all the same.

There are language filing differences, visual attention / perception issues that make taking standardized tests like the SAT more […]

Neurodiversity and Dyslexia – Dr Thomas Armstrong

What Do I Tell My Child? – Dyslexia Shouldn’t Be a Private Matter

​”…with few exceptions, most students crave candid conversations about their academic strengths and weaknesses. These conversations help students understand how they learn as well as devise thoughtful strategies to overcome their challenges. An honest dialogue also helps students develop the language and vocabulary necessary to advocate for themselves in school.” –  Kyle Redford
  Teacher Kyle Redford […]