Bringing Mindfulness to Learning at Home


Adapted from the article, Mindfulness for Social and Emotional Competence: A Review of the Research by Jillian Haydicky, Ph.D., & Judith Wiener, Ph.D. Does your child ever have a big emotional reaction to something that seems minor, like completing

Reading for Science at Home


Adapted from the article All Students can Read to Learn Science! by Tiffany L. Gallagher, Ph.D. and Xavier Fazio, Ed.D., Brock University The acquisition of language skills is essential to support ‘reading to learn’ about information in subjects such

Using Differentiation to Support Learning at Home


Written by Martin Smit, Educational Consultant, LDAO If your child has a learning disability (LD), you may be familiar with the term differentiated instruction (DI) or noticed it written in the Individual Education Plan (IEP).  This is an important concept to understand