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Building Self-Esteem: The Secret Ingredient to Reaching Your Learning Disability Student

For twelve long years of school and after, he contends with a situation for which he can find no satisfactory solution. When schoolwork becomes insurmountable, the child has few alternative resources. An adult dissatisfied with his job may seek a position elsewhere or find solace outside of his work; he may even endure these difficulties […]

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5 Ways to Boost Communication in a Co-Teaching Classroom

Recently I read somewhere that said, “Communication is easy.” I would love to know the world they lived in because communication¬†isn’t¬†easy- at all. Talking is easy; however, communication-which means an exchange or communion with another- requires greater skill. Communication requires us to listen and to speak skillfully, not just talk mindlessly. Communication among co-teachers is […]