Every school year, teachers search for simple and effective techniques to successfully support students with learning, memory, processing, language and concentration challenges. As a mainstream and special education teacher, Tanya Dickson knows this all too well. She also knows that most teachers are already overworked and stretched to their limits. This is the reason she wrote Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties.
This book shares a wealth of information and over one hundred pages of practical strategies to help teachers, parents and education assistants everywhere. It clearly explains the characteristics between different ‘invisible’ learning difficulties, and how to arrange and approach assessments. The ideas suggested can be used and easily integrated with individuals of all ages. Tanya also shares her personal experiences and proven strategies to teach, support and assist students living with these challenges — without adding to an already busy teaching schedule. Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties is essential reading for all teachers, parents and education assistants alike.