Some call it lazy. Others think it’s a lack of discipline.
If that kid could just get organized, stop talking, understand facial expressions, and do the assigned homework, success would follow.
But that kid in your class, the one with the learning disability, the one you like, but you struggle to reach, can’t seem to do any of the above, and you’d love support, but that special education teacher only comes twice a week, and sometimes not at all.
So there you sit. Frustrated for both him and you. You want more background, and you crave additional knowledge, but where can you go when you don’t have a lot of time, but you have a lot of questions?
The answer: LD Online.
As a special educator, LD Online has topped my list of favorite sites focused on learning disabilities.
With detailed information for educators, parents, and kids, LD Online serves as an online resource for everyone interested in learning more about learning disabilities and ADHD.
Cool features include:
Have you discovered and engaging and unique resources for your students with learning differences? Share, share.
Amy L. Sullivan enjoys loving the hard kids and teaching special education.