In today’s episode I debunk these two common misperceptions using guidance documents from the United States Department of Education and little primer on a part of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.
You’ve heard about – and maybe even asked for – a multi-sensory, evidence-based reading program, but what does that really mean?
Last week we scratched the surface on the Science of Reading.
Science is a systematic and logical approach to discovering how the natural world works.
Michelle is walking us through a hand-writing program she designed, giving us lots of tips and information on how hand-writing supports the process of learning to read.
Today we welcome Rosemarie Griffin of ABA Speech, and we talk about a super hot topic: how – and why- we can incorporate neurodiversity affirming practices into our therapy, tutoring, and even play sessions with children.
I know from my time on non-profit boards that Potty Training is always a popular topic amongst parents.
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