Parents and pastors wonder how to best catechize and confirm students with special learning needs. We provide tips and resources in this article.
If your child experiences undue anxiety about his school work, his social interactions, or his health issues, consider these tips to be sure you are not encouraging anxious thinking:
“I count myself in nothing else so happy
As in a soul remembering my good friends.” William Shakespeare, Richard II —
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Finding help for the uniquely solitary pursuit that, ironically, connects us as human beings…
Yesterday in a quiet recording studio, beloved fiction writer Katie Schuermann and I discussed the topic of writing.
This intriguing question received over 2,400 views on our Simply Classical forum in two weeks!
“Momof5″ begins … “I am wondering where to start with older children with various learning disabilities (possible dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, slow working memory and slow processing) and diagnoses (one ADHD, other high functioning autism, both in early teens).” She laments that over the years they have spent so much time on remediation and other therapies that they have never really gotten to explore more of the beautiful aspects of a classical education. Where to begin?