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September 24, 2010
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September 24, 2010
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I was working at The Forman School and The Dublin School, respectfully, for the past twenty-four years as the Head Librarian and also tutoring "special-ed." students, and then as a learning specialist in small classes. At Forman School which is a secondary school completely devoted to LD students, the faculty at that time (many years ago) went through the training for Mel Levine's School's Attuned Training. Professionally trained teachers giving that program really know their "stuff"-I have a particular passion for LD students, anyway, with different learning patterns so I was never bored! I have kept up with All Kinds Of Minds info. even though I do not have students now because it stays current with its information. All Kinds Of Minds is always an excellent resource for everyone interested in education and educating, and gives valuable knowledge to gain and learn from for EVERYONE! I will have your information when I teach again, hopefully. Thank-you.

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2010

September 9, 2010
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September 9, 2010
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While at an CHADD training one of the attendees recommended that we visit All Kinds Of Minds. Since the day I went to the web site, I find articles that have helped me. I collect information so that I am well versed with my son's situation. If I need more information, I go looking for it. If I need help, I go looking for it. The summer blog was fantastic. There was so much useful information. I sent copies to the school Principal. Our children need help and understanding. The more educated people are with respect to our children, their issues and possible solutions the more they can help and be a positive asset in the children's lives. I am thankful for knowing about ALL Kinds Of Minds.

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I better understand how my son sees things and why he reacts the way that he does. I see other options and methods that can be used to help him. My approach with my son has changed for the better. I hope I can impact the way his teachers deal with him.

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About every month

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2010

September 9, 2010
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September 9, 2010
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For 7 years before retiring in 2008 at age 74, I frequently sent my children AKOM tapes about learning issues to help their 6 kids. Now as a volunteer I spread the AKOM message via the teacher with whom I work, and find the focus on one child at a time, and on the strengths of that child does work. Using AKOM approaches, many of the scholars with whom I worked last year went up 2 steps in the California STAR testing, and most at least one.

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7th and 8th grade English, and 8th grade social studies and language arts.

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the detail of the books, such as Schools For All Kinds Of Minds, makes it easy to implement the ideas in actual classroom situations.

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About every week

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2010

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