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10 Tips for Software Selection for Math Instruction

Technology can help students learn math. They work harder and enjoy learning more. But how can you choose the right technology? Read these ten tips to select software that works for your learning disabled students. Some sample tips: You need software that is a) modifiable b) has small increments between levels, and c) has good record-keeping capabilities.

9 Technology Tips to Support Study Skills

In this digital age, students are inundated with technology. From social media to texting, their personal lives revolve around their phones and computers. Additionally, school work is becoming increasingly digital as schools seek to reduce paper and increase their focus on implementing technology to enhance the academic experience.

Teacher laughing with kids who are holding notebooks

Adapting Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science Materials for the Inclusive Classroom

When instructional materials present a barrier to student learning, teachers often adapt the materials to allow students greater access to the information to be taught. These adaptations may involve changing the content of the materials (the nature or amount of information to be learned) or changing the format of the materials (the way information is presented to the learner).

ADHD: Building Academic Success

Many children labeled at-risk – including those disabled by Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) – fail to thrive, or even survive, in current school environments.

Adolescent Literacy: Where We Are - Where We Need to Go

A majority of federal funding for intervention programs is allocated to elementary schools, but happens when students still struggle in middle and high school? This article investigates why some adolescent readers need more assistance, and what should be done to help them.

Amy Purcell Vorenberg - Mentor Teacher

Ms. Vorenberg has a BA from the University of New Hampshire and a MS in Early Education from Wheelock College. She has worked extensively in independent schools in the Boston area. A special interest is the effects of the media on children. She is a Felton Media Scholar who has made a video program for children “On My Own - Kids’ Learning Adventures.” A Shady Hill School teacher featured in the video “ADHD and the 21st Century,” Ms Vorenberg is now the head of the lower school program at Shady Hills School.

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