If you’re working with a student who’s behind, struggling with a processing difficulty or learning disability, or twice exceptional (gifted in one area but challenged in another), find additional resources here.
Sentence Diagramming and Dysgraphia: A Helpful App
In both our elementary and intermediate grammar curricula, we give
Differences, Disorders, and Disabilities
(as referenced on page 37 of Rethinking School: How to
What Is Twice Exceptional?
Twice exceptional students need to be challenged intellectually, but also require careful remediation and assistance in the areas where they struggle.
Resources for Dysgraphia
Dysgraphia, often related to dyslexia, is a learning disability that affects handwriting ability and fine motor skills.
Resources For Dyslexia
Many parents have successfully taught dyslexic children at home.
When Should I Get My Child Evaluated?
The home-education population may have more non-neurotypical kids in it than the general school population, because the frustrations of dealing with these problems in a classroom situation causes many parents to turn to home schooling.
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