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LearningRx Reviews Tips for Schools to Help Students with Learning Disabilities

LearningRx Reviews Tips for Schools to Help Students with Learning Disabilities

December 4-8 is Inclusive Schools Week and LearningRx, the world’s largest personal brain training company, is sharing tips for schools to help students with learning disabilities.

  1. Look for accommodations that include, rather than exclude the students. Constantly sending students with weak attention skills to a separate room can lower their self-esteem.
  2. Seek out opportunities to highlight commonalities among students rather than differences.
  3. Teach tolerance in the classroom to help students develop kindness, empathy and compassion.
  4. Recognize that even very smart kids can have a learning disability. Many geniuses—include Albert Einstein and Thomas Edison—had learning disabilities.
  5. Focus on strengthening cognitive skills. The majority of learning struggles are the result of weak cognitive skills, not genetics, laziness or poor teaching. One-on-one brain training targets weak cognitive skills to help students of all abilities become stronger learners in all areas. Encourage students to sign up for a cognitive skills assessment to find out which brain skills are weak.

To find a LearningRx center near your school that offers cognitive skills assessments, visit www.LearningRx.com.

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