Posts Tagged "ADHD"

Roundup of Education Headlines 12.22.15

Posted by on Dec 22, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Roundup of Education Headlines 12.22.15

Here are the current headlines in education news that we gathered for you. Click on the title to get to each article. Enjoy! ADHD Patients Show Weaker Connections in Brain Networks Tied to Focus: Study This may sound obvious, but this represents a push in research to use MRI technology to better understand the inner workings of our brains. What is exciting about this type of research is that, combined with what we are learning about a brain’s neuroplasticity, we have hope that we can help children overcome some of their learning challenges in the not-so-distant future. “The...

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Getting to the Bottom of Things: Helping Families with Struggling Learners (Part 3)

Posted by on Oct 26, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Getting to the Bottom of Things: Helping Families with Struggling Learners (Part 3)

This is article is by Melissa Shipman, Executive Director of PACE. You can read part 1 of the article here and part 2 of the article here. Melissa was a teacher of children with special needs for over 10 years, and has served with SHARE Education Services since 2002 as both a full-time and associate education consultant. She now lives in Georgia, USA with her husband and two young girls. Over the last two weeks, I’ve written about some challenges that TCKs face that could disguise themselves as more serious learning issues: transitions, behavior/discipline expectations, second...

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Roundup of Education Headlines – April 8, 2013

Posted by on Apr 8, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Here is a sampling of current headlines in education news. Again, they’re rarely focused on TCKs, but all have good information for education consultants to use as they serve families and schools. Enjoy! Hyperactive Kid? Help the Parents A new study out of the University of Toronto (Canada) shows that parent education is more effective in helping preschoolers with ADHD than other strategies. For those of us serving as education consultants, this indicates that perhaps there is training we can provide parents while on the field instead of or in addition to looking for far-away...

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