ARTICLES - Literacy & Numeracy
|Kids, visual perceptual
what can and does
|TBI||ELITE PERFORMANCE||STROKE||LITERACY & NUMERACY||DEMENTIA||CASE STUDIES|
|For most of us, the ideas Education promote around kids who struggle is a rather confusing morass of 'stuff.' It also does nothing to improve upon a child’s performance, simply because it is focused on the symptoms of a deeper issue – very much like saying someone with a broken leg has a problem with walking. Most of what is done by Education to ‘help’ children, involves having them repeatedly practice the things they have already demonstrated they cannot do. Unfortunately, this does cause many children harm. Education would be in a far better place to help these children, if teachers had some ability to work as therapists and children received therapy that addressed the root cause of their struggles.|
| ~ Critical Failures in Perception
~ Why Do Kids Struggle
~ Determining a Child's Developmental Age
Why Do They Do That Series
~ Why Do They Do That? – Phonetic Spelling
~ Why Do They Do That? - Reversals
| ~ A Child’s Struggle is not
~ My Child has Dyslexia
~ Educational Psychological Assessments
~ IQ Testing
~ Handwriting - there's far more to it than we think
A Case Study
~ Brendon - an ordinary little boy
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