Breaking Stereotypes about Learning Issues

Learning issues are too often connected to assumptions about respective abilities; ordinary people assume that those with them have too many obstacles to succeed in life. Albeit, many biographies reflect those with problems in school as part of their history to be highly accomplished in the work world. Business people, scientists artist and of many other professions learned to make their learning problems assets to excelling well beyond their peers. Ironically, many of those who teased people for having learning issues were simply good at memorizing school curriculum; they often had far less ability than those subject to criticism. It is essential that biographies of accomplished people are studied by those with learning challenges and those helping them.

 

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Article about Roger Federer and Setting Goals

The following article:

http://ezinearticles.com/?Federer-Inspiration-or-Eclipse&id=7232614

It is about keeping your goals alive, in part, by not focusing too much on others’ great achievements. Tutoring in person or via online education can help students build their own academic and career dreams. Many need help with homework; they have math problems, writing assignments, science projects, or challenges in other subjects like history. Regardless, celebrities can be a distraction because people often vicariously live through their lives, rather than their own. Albeit, people who have achieved greatness can serve as role models; they just need to be analyzed as to their impact and put into perspective.

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Stay With Winning Formula for Success

Dear students and parents:

Once students with learning issues start to get better grades, too many try to stop with the added support that helped them make progress. It is best to stay with a winning formula until respective parents and teachers can be fully confident that added assistance is not necessary. People generally need added help until the end of any given year; this is because curriculum by its nature becomes harder throughout a school year. One may risk losing a great tutor because he or she has replaced the person with another student and is booked for the rest of the academic year.

Sincerely,

John Toker, M.Ed. LD K-12, M.A.

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Hello Parents and Students!

Welcome to Learn Differently Tutor blog!

I am John Toker. My tutor practice is in place so that I may help those with learning issues. Fortunately, my students and their parents all work as a team in order move forward in scholastic goals. Tutoring takes place at their home, Skype, public facilities or at my office. You can learn more about me and my tutoring practice at http://www.learndifferentlytutor.com/

Here is a link to an article that I wrote:

http://goarticles.com/article/ADHD-Is-an-Advantage-With-the-Right-Intervention/7027598/
It is about ADHD. Readers learn about how ADHD can be a strength when addressed with the right tutor.