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BUSTING THE MYTH OF NORMAL Melinda Pongrey, MSEd SISIUTL Center for Learning LEARNING: LD: ADHD

When did you realize we are not all wired the same way? www.welovelearning.com

When did you realize we are not all wired the same way?

The Short Bus www.jonathanmooney.com Jonathan Mooney

What is Learning? -why multi-sensory? A Look at the Brain Layers of Learning Famous People NORMAL?

What is Learning?

-why multi-sensory?

A Look at the Brain

Layers of Learning

Famous People

A learning disability is a neurological disorder. In simple terms, a learning disability results from a difference in the way a person's brain is "wired." Children with learning disabilities are as smart or smarter than their peers. But they may have difficulty reading, writing, spelling, reasoning, recalling and/or organizing information if left to figure things out by themselves or if taught in conventional ways. A learning disability can't be cured or fixed; it is a lifelong issue. With the right support and intervention, however, children with learning disabilities can succeed in school and go on to successful, often distinguished careers later in life. Listen…

A learning disability is a neurological disorder. In simple terms, a learning disability results from a difference in the way a person's brain is "wired." Children with learning disabilities are as smart or smarter than their peers. But they may have difficulty reading, writing, spelling, reasoning, recalling and/or organizing information if left to figure things out by themselves or if taught in conventional ways.

A learning disability can't be cured or fixed; it is a lifelong issue. With the right support and intervention, however, children with learning disabilities can succeed in school and go on to successful, often distinguished careers later in life.

Sensory Input Personal Emotional Connection Movement www.welovelearning.com

Sensory Input

Personal Emotional Connection

Movement

MULTIPLE SENSORY INPUTS FUSE TOGETHER TO ENRICH THE MEMORY SYSTEM *TASTE *AUDITORY *VISUAL *KINESTHETIC *TACTILE MEMORIES What is LEARNING?

MULTIPLE SENSORY INPUTS

FUSE TOGETHER

TO ENRICH THE MEMORY SYSTEM

*TASTE *AUDITORY

*VISUAL *KINESTHETIC

*TACTILE MEMORIES

How we collect information See Hear Feel/Touch Balance Smell www.welovelearning.com How we sort & store information Memory Understanding Ordering Organizing

How we collect

information

See

Hear

Feel/Touch

Balance

Smell

How we sort & store information

Memory

Understanding

Ordering

Organizing

"My teachers say I'm addled . . . my father thought I was stupid, and I almost decided I must be a dunce." - Thomas Edison "I was hopeless at high school." – Keanu Reeves "I, myself, was always recognized . . . as the "slow one" in the family. It was quite true , and I knew it and accepted it. Writing and spelling were always terribly difficult for me. My letters were without originality. I was . . . an extraordinarily bad speller and have remained so until this day." - Agatha Christie

"My teachers say I'm addled . . . my father thought I was stupid, and I almost decided I must be a dunce." - Thomas Edison

"I was hopeless at high school." – Keanu Reeves

"I, myself, was always recognized . . . as the "slow one" in the family. It was quite true , and I knew it and accepted it. Writing and spelling were always terribly difficult for me. My letters were without originality. I was . . . an extraordinarily bad speller and have remained so until this day." - Agatha Christie

How we express information Talking Singing Moving Drawing Writing www.welovelearning.com

How we express information

Talking

Singing

Moving

Drawing

Writing

It is not being stupid or dumb. Quite the opposite! People with learning disabilities are average or above average in intelligence It is not the individual’s fault. It is not due to lack of trying! www.welovelearning.com

It is not being stupid or dumb.

Quite the opposite!

People with learning disabilities are average or above average in intelligence

It is not the individual’s fault.

It is not due to lack of trying!

Being as smart or smarter than other people AND having difficulty with ONE OR MORE--- Reading Writing Math Spelling Listening Speaking Putting your thoughts down on paper Remembering what you see or hear Coordination Organization Social Skills www.welovelearning.com

Being as smart or smarter than other people AND

having difficulty with ONE OR MORE---

Reading

Writing

Math

Spelling

Listening

Speaking

Putting your thoughts down on paper

Remembering what you see or hear

Coordination

Organization

Social Skills

ADHD ATTENTION * DEFICIT * HYPERACTIVITY * DISORDER

OUR BRAIN Normal ADHD At Rest ADHD THINKING!

www.welovelearning.com Attention Dyslexia's Visual-Spatial Language Motor-Spatial

OUR BRAIN Dr. Amen www.brainplace.com TOP VIEW FRONT SIDE VIEW TOP

 

"current micltae het in of diwennig praticularly pratcipiatino, in tohse stintiutions that not do bratitiollnay offer unit a 'leanirng-ruppost', it will vepro to invaluadle staff to medcrae new mehtosb to pruboce crouse matrelias and teaching and, or to gain an stannbigunder of the ffiberent pytes of bifficulties roganisational that dsylexic tsuednts have." "In the current climate of widening participation, particularly in those institutions that do not traditionally offer a 'learning-support' unit, it will prove invaluable to staff to embrace new methods to produce course materials and/or teaching, and to gain an understanding of the different types of organisational difficulties that dyslexic students have." READING?

"current micltae het in of diwennig praticularly pratcipiatino, in tohse stintiutions that not do bratitiollnay offer unit a 'leanirng-ruppost', it will vepro to invaluadle staff to medcrae new mehtosb to pruboce crouse matrelias and teaching and, or to gain an stannbigunder of the ffiberent pytes of bifficulties roganisational that dsylexic tsuednts have."

"In the current climate of widening participation, particularly in those institutions that do not traditionally offer a 'learning-support' unit, it will prove invaluable to staff to embrace new methods to produce course materials and/or teaching, and to gain an understanding of the different types of organisational difficulties that dyslexic students have."

 

Tommy Hilfiger , Fashion Designer "I performed poorly at school, when I attended, that is, and was perceived as stupid because of my dyslexia. I still have trouble reading. I have to concentrate very hard at going left to right, left to right, otherwise my eye just wanders to the bottom of the page." He was the class clown because "I didn’t want anyone to know that I didn’t get it."

Write the Pledge of Allegiance. You will have 90 seconds. Write with your non-dominant hand. Right-handers use left hand, etc. Stop and tap your finger at the top of the page when you hear a clap. Cross out and erase every third word, then rewrite it. www.welovelearning.com

Write the Pledge of Allegiance.

You will have 90 seconds.

Write with your non-dominant hand. Right-handers use left hand, etc.

Stop and tap your finger at the top of the page when you hear a clap.

Cross out and erase every third word, then rewrite it.

What is your level of anxiety 1-5? What is your level of concentration 1-5? Rate how accurately your work reflects your knowledge of the Pledge of Allegiance 1-5? How well does your work reflect your intelligence? Your motivation? Your disability? www.welovelearning.com

What is your level of anxiety 1-5?

What is your level of concentration 1-5?

Rate how accurately your work reflects your knowledge of the Pledge of Allegiance 1-5?

How well does your work reflect your intelligence? Your motivation? Your disability?

Which accommodation might help you show me what you know? 1.5 more time to complete task (2:15) Private testing site Pencil grip Larger lined paper Oral exam – Dictate my response www.welovelearning.com

Which accommodation might help you show me what you know?

1.5 more time to complete task (2:15)

Private testing site

Pencil grip

Larger lined paper

Oral exam – Dictate my response

 

 

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