Sunday, December 23, 2012

Special Needs and the Holiday's

With the holiday's here, how is schooling going? Are you still schooling? I have a friend who has a child who is special needs child and she has adjusted her schooling to his special needs learning.  With all the excitement of the lights, tree, the changes in the stores her son has trouble dealing with it all and doing school.  One of the main reasons she uses  Here is what the website states about Why works for special needs.....

Why does Time4Learning work for special needs?

Time4Learning provides a comprehensive curriculum that allows children to easily get comfortable with the system. The levels for language arts and math programs are independently set for each child. This helps children who perform or progress at vastly different levels in these major subjects. Children progress at their own rates using multisensory learning that helps each learning style. The computer is very engaging. Some children, when faced with text books or non-interactive environments, exhibit ADD/ADHD-like behavior, but, when faced with an interactive system, they are often successful in focusing and learning. The computer is impersonal so children on the Autism spectrum(specifically children with Aspergers Syndrome and high-functioning Autism) learn without the distraction of interpersonal relations.

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