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Join our bloggers as they share their experiences on the challenges and joys of helping children succeed in school.
Livia McCoy
How Learning Disabilities Affect a Parent’s Emotions

Sep 20, 2010 - Posted by Livia McCoy in Parent Involvement, Livia McCoy, Learning Disabilities, Kids Learning

When a child struggles in school, their parents experience a range of emotions -- frustration, anger, hopelessness, and guilt. In the beginning, we feel the problems in school have to be because the child is not trying. We fu... Read more
Livia McCoy
Options for Helping a Struggling Student

Sep 13, 2010 - Posted by Livia McCoy in School Success, Parent Involvement, Livia McCoy, Learning Disabilities, Kids Learning, Fun Learning Activities

When a child is struggling in school, we have three choices for ways to help. We can remediate, accommodate, or teach the child to compensate. If at all possible, we should fix the problem. The best example of this is a chi... Read more
Livia McCoy
School is not life

Sep 10, 2010 - Posted by Livia McCoy in Livia McCoy, Learning Disabilities, Kids Learning, Elementary School, Back to School, ADHD

Some students do well in school and others do not. Have you ever wondered why? We are all different! When my husband and I travel in areas where we are not familiar (and when we do not have our GPS to guide us), it is bette... Read more
SchoolFamily
Organization Tips to Eliminate the Forgotten Homework, Lunch, Sneakers...

Aug 25, 2010 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Parent Involvement, Learning Disabilities, Homework, Fun Learning Activities

Livia McCoy has spent twenty-six years teaching science to students with language learning disabilities. In addition to teaching students daily, she trains teachers and runs workshops for teachers and parents who want to kn... Read more
SchoolFamily
How to Help Children With Reading Disabilities Cope with Academic Demands

Jul 29, 2010 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Parent Involvement, Learning Disabilities, Kids Learning, Fun Learning Activities

This week we are pleased to have a guest blog co-authored by two professors who are specialists in the area of learning disabilities: Howard Margolis, Ed.D., is Professor Emeritus of Reading and Special Education at the City... Read more
SchoolFamily
How do I know if my child is ADHD?

Jul 27, 2010 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Learning Disabilities, Health and Fitness, ADHD

Livia McCoy has spent twenty-six years teaching science to students with language learning disabilities. In addition to teaching students daily, she trains teachers and runs workshops for teachers and parents who want to kn... Read more
SchoolFamily
My Child has a Reading Disability: How Often Should the School Monitor His Progress?

Apr 21, 2010 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Learning Disabilities, Kids Reading, Kids Learning, Fun Learning Activities, ADHD

This week we are pleased to have a guest blog co-authored by two professors who are specialists in the area of learning disabilities:Howard Margolis, Ed.D., is Professor Emeritus of Reading and Special Education at the City U... Read more
SchoolFamily
15 Ways To Advocate for Your Child with a Learning Disability

Mar 31, 2010 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Learning Disabilities, Kids Learning, Elementary School

This week we are pleased to have a guest blog co-authored by two professors who are specialists in the area of learning disabilities:Howard Margolis, Ed.D., is Professor Emeritus of Reading and Special Education at the City U... Read more
SchoolFamily
Helping Children with ADHD Focus at School

Nov 18, 2009 - Posted by SchoolFamily in School Success, Learning Disabilities, Kids Learning, ADHD

Just came across this blog by Kay Marner about sensory objects that help ADHD kids focus at school. Great stuff! Good teachers are always looking for sensible ways to make classroom accommodations for kids with ADH... Read more