How this podcast is unique in overcoming learning problems: not weighed down by negative expectations, fitting into a failed system, or patting on the hand instead of finding solutions. It is faith based and science informed. I give you my experiences and ideas from top professionals. All to help you help your child, your students to succeed in learning. Very important! Also, covers some ideas in how to engage, so you get more out of this than merely listening.
Here is the A-Z book helping you consider what your children needs educationally and how to address it: the book I was ordered to write: now titled Learn at Home for Great Shalom.
Drawing from my own experiences both as an educator and then as a grandparent of some boys with some special learning needs, and at the command of my pastor, I wrote this book. This book helps you to consider all the aspects of what you need to teach and know what methods and then lastly, what curriculum to use. Often, mothers go about it the wrong way, directly to picking a curriculum that their friend found helpful. That might work, but to consider all the needs, and have a guide through the methods, and then pick a curriculum will find a much surer, better result. This is a unique, easy to understand methodology. This is a unique ministry, aiming for faith for overcoming learning problems rather than assuaging hurt feelings and urging resignation. This is a vital resource. Get it now. Click through on the right sidebar and the printer can send it either electronically or through print on demand. This is perhaps the most important investment you will ever make for your children.
A great resource, under-used: the book I was ordered to write! This will help you consider all the areas of your child’s life that you need to teach into. Then, it helps you consider what methods and finally what kind of curricula you might want to use. This is a much better approach than just asking a friend what curriculum she likes, and then maybe at best replicating what public school does. www.greatshalom.org for the book — click through. Nothing will do better to approach children’s learning problems than teaching aimed at teaching the way they learn. This, not the public school method of “accomomdating” “learning disabilities” will work! Instead, teach innovatively, multi-sensorially, individually and with and remediate (meaning, have a good time and fix the problem).