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How Can Teachers Foster Self-Esteem in Children?

Teachers play an important role in nurturing a student's sense of dignity and self-worth.

Jonathan Mooney on Goal Setting and Motivation in Teens With LD or AD/HD

This Ivy League scholar, author, and speaker has severe dyslexia and beat the odds for success. Learn how he stayed motivated and set goals for himself.

A conversation with Joyce Bilgrave about dyslexia and parental involvement

An expert who runs camps for kids with dyslexia responds to parents' questions.

Your Child's Temperament: Some Basics

Nine different temperament traits affect how well your child fits in at school, with peers, and at home.

A Teacher's Formula to Build Self-Esteem in Kids With LD

A teacher of students with learning disabilities (LD) describes how she encourages good behavior, provides information about LD, builds skills, and values uniqueness in her students.

Career and Technical Student Organizations: Extending Employment Preparation Beyond the Classroom

Middle and high school kids have opportunities for guidance, mentoring, and peer interaction.

Helping Struggling Students Who Don't Qualify for Special Services

Even if your child doesn't qualify for special education services, she may continue to struggle in school. Learn how to identify the underlying causes of her difficulty so you can support her.

Identified With LD in Grad School: A Struggling Student Reflects

A culturally diverse graduate student with LD and AD/HD shares her insights and advice with parents and younger kids.

The Birds and the Bees and Kids With LD

How to teach your child who struggles with learning or attention problems about the facts of life.

Reinforcing small changes in your child's behavior

Are you baffled about how to manage your child's difficult behavior? Remember that each step he takes toward better behavior is a move in the right direction.