Making Sense of Language-Based Learning Disabilities provides a definition and overview of LBLD, it’s impact, and effective interventions for addressing the needs of students.
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Patricia W. Newhall, M.A., M.S.Ed., is the former associate director of the Landmark School Outreach Program. A teacher of literature, writing, and study skills since 1987, she has taught at the middle school, high school, college and post-graduate levels, and has worked in public and independent schools. In her publications, lectures, and graduate courses, she shares research about learning disabilities and differences, and the teaching strategies essential to building the skills and confidence of struggling learners. Newhall’s books include Executive Function: Foundations for Learning and Teaching; Language-Based Learning Disabilities; Study Skills: Research-Based Teaching Strategies; and Teaching Independent Minds.