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Learning Differences and the Private School Advantage

LEARNING DIFFERENCES & ADVANTAGE The Private School TYPES OF LEARNERS VISUAL LOGICAL Learn best using images and watching demonstrations Learn best using logic and reasoning KINESTHETIC/ PHYSICAL AUDITORY/ AURAL Learn best through Learn best through a "hands-on" approach sound and music VERBAL Learn best through spoken and written words SOCIAL Learn best with a partner or in a productive group SOLITARY Learn best working alone ORINDA ACADEMY'S METHODS DA MAINTAINS TEACHERS ADAPT an 8:1 student-to- instruction using different teacher ratio to promote modalities to serve personalized attention all learners Д ШО ДО LAB ASSIGNMENTS VISUAL TOOLS like computer simulations, movies, and YouTube are hands-on, multi-sensory, and often web-based ideos aid instruction WRITING & MATH SKILLS are enhanced through one-on-one feedback and tutoring LEARNING DIFFERENCES DYSLEXIA AFFECTS OVERVIEW language processing, making reading and writing difficult DO THIS BRAIN-BASED learning difference is often genetic EFFECTS Trouble with reading at a grade- appropriate level Difficulty memorizing Trouble reading aloud PRIVATE SCHOOL ADVANTAGES Teachers who understand that difficulties arise from a learning difference, not a lack of intelligence or hard work Classroom modifications such as oral testing and help with note-taking Provided class notes, lecture recordings, and extended time on tests ADHD AFFECTS Ở behavior and is more common in boys than girls OVERVIEW AFFECTS 8-10% of children and teenagers EFFECTS Difficulty focusing for long periods of time Inability to sit still Difficulty staying organized PRIVATE SCHOOL ADVANTAGES In-class laptop computers and preferential seating to optimize learning Emphasis on teaching organization Nurturing learning environment for all types of ADHD students INFOGRAPHIC PROVIDED BY OO ORINDA ACADEMY ES SESTEACESOG TO R Sources: add_signs symptoms.htm (2,) ()

Learning Differences and the Private School Advantage

shared by BrittSE on Jul 25
Did you know that ADHD affects between 8-10% of children and teenagers? This learning difference makes it difficult to focus for long periods of time. Find other facts about ADHD on this infographic f...


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