Good Sensory Learning Blog

Learning Specialist Courses: Creating a Successful Learning Specialist Practice in 60 Days

Posted by Erica Warren on

Would you like to open your own tutoring, educational therapy or learning specialist practice?  Do you want the FREEDOM and INDEPENDENCE to make a difference?  Do you know what it takes to CONNECT with and EMPOWER students?  Do you want to be a part of a MULTISENSORY, TAILORED and PERSONALIZED method that you can deliver in your own private practice while having access to a support community of like minded professionals?  You Don’t Have to Do It Alone! Whether you would like to create a private practice from scratch, or you already have an established business, I would love to help...

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Multisensory and Memorable Mathematics Strategies: Math Favorites Bundle

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For some students, learning math concepts is challenging and accommodating the individual needs with the current classroom curriculum can be difficult. To make matters worse, by the time many of these students exhibit the required academic underachievement that qualifies them for the needed assistance, many have negative learning experiences associated with mathematics, they struggle with a poor academic self concept, and some are overwhelmed with feelings of helplessness. What are the Common Difficulties Associated with Math Skills? When a student has difficulty with mathematics, they may struggle with any or all of the following: Memory - remembering concepts learned over...

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Finding the Best, Online Tutor or Specialist for Your Child

Posted by Erica Warren on

As many of you know, the process of finding the best after school, academic and remedial support for your child is plagued with many challenges. Even if you have a great evaluation that discloses your child’s learning strengths and weaknesses, it is difficult to find a local professional that has the expertise that your child needs. The Lack of Skilled, Accessible Learning Specialists is a Great Frustration for Many Parents: This is a huge challenge for many families in rural areas. What’s more, the costs for one-to-one services can be difficult to manage and many professionals are booked solid. Finally,...

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Dyslexia Writing Technology: Voice Dream Writer

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This blog shares my video podcast, featuring dyslexia advocate and author, Winston Chen. Winston tells us all about the many benefits of his app, Voice Dream Writer for individuals with dyslexia. This is the fifth of many free video podcasts for Go Dyslexia!    What is Voice Dream Writer? Voice Dream Writer is an iOS app that can be used on an iPad or iPhone. It is an easy to use writing application that has a number of powerful features. Voice Dream Reader Offers a Number of Helpful Tools: Dictation or Voice to Text: Voice Dream Writer offers voice to...

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Dyslexia and Memory: Create Memory Palaces for Improved Learning

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This blog shares my most recent video podcast, featuring memory and language expert, Aaron Ralby. It is the sixth of many free video podcasts for Go Dyslexia! Podcast With Aaron Ralby This was such an eye opening conversation for me, and I can’t wait to take Aaron’s memory course and integrate these methods into my own life and practice. During the video podcast, Aaron and I discussed memory strategies that can assist individuals with dyslexia learn and master math, reading, languages, word finding, spelling and more. It’s a fascinating discussion that will get you excited about the ways that cognition can be...

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