For students who have trouble transitioning from brainstorming to writing, Don Johnston offers an assistive technology called Draft:Builder 6. It breaks down the writing process into three steps: brainstorming, notetaking, and composing the first draft.
At the post secondary level, the sole purpose of accommodations is to give your student the opportunity to demonstrate mastery of course curriculum by minimizing or even eliminating the impact of a disability. The bottom line? Be proactive in knowing where to go and what services are available.
Given that self-advocacy is equated with success, establishing a positive relationship with a college or university needs to be a top priority. So, over the next couple of days, I’ll talk about how to go about establishing a relationship with the Office of Disability Services.
Yesterday, I began this series with a general introduction to how students with learning differences can begin their search for the right college. Today, we
Some students yearn to “be like everyone else,” to not stand out. They spend energy and effort in trying to make it without any special
For Immediate Release Montgomery Educational Consulting is pleased to announce that Heather Creech has joined the firm as a specialist in helping students with learning