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How Can the Teacher Help My Child With ADHD?

My second-grader has recently been diagnosed with ADHD and medication has been recommended. What are some ways I can assist the teacher to understand what he needs in the classroom and how to best work with him?

Learning to Read - Research Informs Us

Learn what skills are necessary to learn to read and what kind of instruction he should have.

Specialists in the field of learning and attention problems

If your child has a learning disability, you'll want to become familiar with the various types of professionals who may be involved in your child's education and an explanation of the services they provide.

Identifying Learning Problems in Adopted Children

When adopted kids struggle in school, clues from their past and present can help pinpoint the cause.

Detecting learning problems in your child

Six areas parents should focus on when assessing their kids.

Working with Your Child's Teacher to Identify and Address Math Disabilities

An expert explains how math disabilities are identified and how parents can work with teachers to help their kids.

Learning to Spell - A Challenge for Elementary Students With LD

Get expert advice on common spelling problems in kids with learning disabilities and tips for conquering them.

Frequently used educational terms: learning and attention problems

Cut through the confusion by becoming familiar with the medical, psychological, legal and educational terms often used in educational settings.

Learning about a School's Approach to Reading Instruction

How is your child being taught to read? A reading expert explains how to investigate the instructional approach the teacher or school uses.

Effective Writing Instruction for Students With Learning Problems

Learn about proven classroom strategies for helping kids master writing.

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