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How to avoid a power struggle

Post by Erin Devine | november 04th, 2014

A power struggle may be defined in many ways. Some parents may define it as when a child refuses to do something and the parent insists that the child, Do it now.

How to avoid a power struggle

Separating Fact from Myth about Dyslexia

Post by SEN Team | march 21th, 2013

Dyslexia has a high occurrence in children. One in five school children will develop this problem but with proper diagnosis and intervention help can be given to children who are suffering from it.

Separating Fact from Myth about Dyslexia

Using Humour as a Tool for Effective Learning of Disabled Children

Post by SEN Team | march 20th, 2013

Humour is now being tapped as a strategy in order to help disabled children learn.

Using Humour as a Tool for Effective Learning of Disabled Children

The Use of iPods by Students with Learning Disabilities

Post by SEN Team | march 14th, 2013

Manufacturers all over the world have taken part in creating machines (or gadgets) that will revolutionize the education of children with learning disabilities.

The Use of iPods by Students with Learning Disabilities
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