Neurodiversity & Learning

When I came up with the word “ThinkPrint,” I was speaking to a group of teachers about how to understand the test results from a child’s neuropsychological or psychoeducational evaluation. I was showing them the graphs of scores of children with different learning and other issues. The different patterns of strength and weakness across the Continue Reading

Some Wonderful Schools

Here are links to some wonderful schools: Franklin Academy:  https://fa-ct.org Green Chimneys: http://www.greenchimneys.org/ Kildonan School:   https://www.kildonan.org Mead School:  https://www.meadschool.org Villa Maria:  http://villamariaedu.org Windward School: http://thewindwardschool.org  

Learning Problems

There are many different types of learning problems. In fact, there are as many different types of learning problems as there are types of learners, multiplied by the number of  types of learning.  Okay, it’s impossible to calculate, but you get the idea. Lots and lots.  The idea that someone has a condition, a “learning Continue Reading

Special Education ABCs

The educational program in public school is designed to be effective for most children. Some children, however, are not able to learn in the regular program and require a special instructional program or “special education services.” You as a parent or guardian have a right to refer your child to the district’s “special education committee” Continue Reading