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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Learning Disabilities Site! These are the top ten articles that your Learning Disabilities Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!

1. Diversity in the Classroom
Children in classrooms today have individual learning needs. Learning preferences, backgrounds, as well as the needs of students vary. In order to adapt approaches to differentiation, it is necessary to take a look at instructional plans in a critical way.

2. Time Management
Goal setting is very important if you want to accomplish anything in life, from completing an assignment to getting everything done on your schedule. The issue that most people face is time management. Setting goals and planning actions won’t do much good without time to get everything done.

3. Helping Kids Reach Their Goals
Goal setting can be a challenge in itself for children with learning disabilities. The ability to plan ahead along with distractions can become discouraging. There are ways to help children, as well as adults with learning disabilities set achievable goals.

4. Differentiated Instruction
Everything about children, from thinking to learning, is different. Because we know that they are so different, effective teachers know that differentiated instruction is needed to help all children to make connections for learning.

5. Reading with Meaning
Learning to read is an exciting time for most children. As time goes on, the task becomes more frustrating for children with learning disabilities. With proper support, reading can be learned.

6. Tips for Kids with Nonverbal Learning Disabilities
Social skills are affected by Nonverbal Learning Disabilities. When most people think of “nonverbal” they think of lack of communication. Children with nonverbal disabilities can be totally opposite.

7. Stress Management and Learning Disabilities
If we feel agitation in our body or mind we can use strategies to reduce stress. Parents, as well as teenagers experience stress. It is important to manage stress because it can result in mental and physical problems.

8. The Necessary Life Skill of Budgeting
Budgeting can be a confusing concept for people with learning disabilities. It is a necessary life skill that everyone should have. Financial goals are just as important as career goals in many ways.

9. Using Prior Knowledge
Prior knowledge is used to make real-world connections to the material that is unknown. All children learn at different rates. They also come into the classroom with various experiences. Prior knowledge can be used to frame the information to be introduced.

10. Diversity in the Classroom
Children in classrooms today have individual learning needs. Learning preferences, backgrounds, as well as the needs of students vary. In order to adapt approaches to differentiation, it is necessary to take a look at instructional plans in a critical way.



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