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Roxanne Bradley - Vision Beyond Sight with Dr. Lynn Hellerstein

Special Education Advocates and School Supports for Children’s Learning Differences and Vision Issues with Roxanne Bradley

August is Children’s Vision and Learning Month! Its goal is to help educate parents and educators about the critical link between vision and learning. Tune in to our special guests this month! Dr. Lynn Hellerstein of Vision Beyond Sight speaks with Roxanne Bradley, a special education advocate, and the president and founder of Learning Differences World. She talks about the role […]

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Are gifted and special-needs students being left behind?

Many thanks to reporter, Lisa Wirthman, for her Denver Post Article regarding the recent conference of the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC). Lisa instantly recognized the similarities between what Jonathan Mooney and my friend/colleague, Dr. Linda Silverman were saying in their keynote addresses for the NAGC Parent Institute, sponsored by the Colorado Association for Gifted […]

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Stealth Dyslexia – What's That?

Have you seen gifted children who are very bright yet they struggle in school?  Maybe they are not “bad enough” to be labelled as having a reading or learning problem? These kids are often hard for parents and teachers to understand because they may have verbal IQs in the high range, but still struggle with […]

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2E-Twice Exceptional Newsletter-Great Review of See It. Say It. Do It!

Many thanks to J. Mark Bade, Co-Publisher of 2e: Twice-Exceptional Newsletter for his wonderful review of my book, See It. Say It. Do It! The review provides an extensive explanation of each section of the book and concludes with the following quote: “If you raise or teach a young gifted or 2e child who faces […]

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Twice Exceptional Newsletter- EXCEPTIONAL

2E Children – Gifted with learning difficulties. Some children are very smart in everything but school.  Some have great ideas but just can’t write down the information fast enough.   Some are bored, yet can’t do the simple work.  Frustration levels are maxed-with the parents and the kids!  What can be done? The Sept/Oct 2010 […]

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