PARENTS: You're trying to help your child with learning, but do you really know what you're doing?

There is a right way and a wrong way to supporting your children in learning, and the wrong way can be detrimental. Based on A Parent's Guide to Supporting Children in Learning at Home, learn the basics of how to help your child at home, to reduce frustration and increase success! A parent educated in how to work with their child will be better able to support their child.

Renee Samuels, M.Ed.
Renee Samuels is a veteran Special Education teacher with over 20 years of experience working with elementary, middle school, high school, and post-secondary students, in a public school district in metro Detroit. Currently she is the Transition Coordinator, where she runs the vocational program for students with special needs, as well as coordinates and supports the transition of students with disabilities from the postsecondary adult Special Education program to a meaningful life when public education has ended. Renee is certified in The Psychology of Well-Being from Yale University. She is also a certified Instructional Consultation Teams Facilitator, with an expertise in how to support struggling learners, and a certified Explicit Instruction trainer, highly-skilled in teaching teachers most effective instructional practices, and teaching students the most effective study routines.
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What you will learn:

What impacts learning

What you can change when learning breaks down

How to create an Instructional Match

How to reach any and every child, regardless of their age, skill-level, or the subject-matter