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Strategies, research, information to help teachers meet the needs of diverse learners.
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5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Child’s Focus

5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Child’s Focus | Helping Kids with Disabilities Learn | Scoop.it
Concentration and focus can be trouble spots for kids with ADHD. Here are tips on improving focus in children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.
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iPad band of autistic students post song on iTunes

iPad band of autistic students post song on iTunes | Helping Kids with Disabilities Learn | Scoop.it
FoxNews.com broke the news in July of a New York City band made up of special needs students that use iPads as instruments -- and now you can jam out to their original single by downloading it off of iTunes.
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In First, Autism Therapy Alters Brain Activity - Disability Scoop

In First, Autism Therapy Alters Brain Activity - Disability Scoop | Helping Kids with Disabilities Learn | Scoop.it
An innovative early intervention approach may be doing far more than helping children cope with autism. New research suggests that the behavior therapy is actually modifying brain development.
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Jazmyn Davis's curator insight, October 26, 2015 5:32 PM

I believe people can teach or help autism children because they are humans beings but different in other standards. I don't think they need behavior therapy because the teacher or parent sees a little improvement in there child with autism, they do not need therapy. Children with autism can go to school just like regular and learn just like us. I'm not against children with autism because they can make in the world too. I don't think this is basis.

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Spotting specific language impairment: signs for teachers to look out for

Spotting specific language impairment: signs for teachers to look out for | Helping Kids with Disabilities Learn | Scoop.it
Language difficulties may not be as high profile as dyslexia or autism, but they should be say Dorothy Bishop and Becky Clark...
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