Are you a parent, educator or other professional who works with students with learning and attention issues—and sometimes anxiety? You are not alone. CHC’s EdRev Community is especially for you. Here you will learn more about the 1 in 5 with learning and attention issues, access great resources and understand how you can take action to support those students. Take a look around and come back often—we hope you will learn something new every day!
Is your child one of the 1 in 5 kids with learning and attention differences? Are you wondering what the future holds for them? You know they can be successful in life, but how does it happen?
Were you able to join us for EdRev Expo 2018? Whether you attended or not, you can now catch the full keynote presentation by Byron Pitts.
Did you know that 40% of kids with learning and attention issues are also affected by anxiety and/or depression? A national survey 14- to 22-year-olds conducted earlier this year reveals a complex relationship between social media use and mental well-being. According to the survey, many young people
Students with learning and attention issues usually have a frustrating and discouraging experience with school. Generally, typical classrooms are set up to focus on academics–reading, writing and more. So the child with learning differences spends most of the day in a setting that focuses on
A couple of years ago, I took my first watercolor painting class. There were lots of thoughts going through my mind at the time—like Why would I ever think I could be good at this? I’m sure that everyone else is better at this than I could ever be. What
People with learning and attention issues think differently. But, the fact is, all of us learn differently from one another. As you may know, dyslexia is a different brain organization that needs different teaching methods. It’s important to teach our kids to be aware that their brain works differ
Sand Hill School is an independent day school with strengths-based learning for 1st−8th grade kids with dyslexia and other learning differences.The Silicon Valley school where learning differences are considered superpowers.