These resources were created and/or collected by Outreach staff to assist you in better understanding how to teach students with LBLD.

  • Child Mind Institute

    Explore the Child Mind Institute website resources page. The Child Mind Institute provides support and resources to professionals and families of children with learning disorders and mental health challenges.   

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  • LD Online

    Explore this LD Online web page dedicated to providing math resources to teachers.

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  • Student Outcomes of Teaching Executive Function and Study Skills

    When we think of our most successful students, we often imagine individuals who not only have a deep grasp of the content they learn in school, but also are able to easily organize their binders and computer files, able to effectively manage their time, and able to demonstrate a command of how to use the

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  • Learning to Self-Manage

    Understand the challenges of learning to self-manage. This article from the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s website, “Usable Knowledge,” outlines that simply telling students to focus is an ineffective method for helping them work towards a goal and change unwanted behavior. The article also suggests simple, research-based strategies that can help students feel more motivation

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  • ADHD and Executive Function

    Learn more about ADHD and Executive Function. In this informative video, Dr. Russell Barkley outlines his well known theories on executive function and its link to ADHD for the Child Mind Institute. He includes information on how he breaks down the different areas of executive function and how they impact individuals.

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  • Teaching Executive Function Skills

    Learn about the impact of teaching executive function skills. This article by noted executive function expert Dr. Peg Dawson addresses the importance and benefits of explicitly teaching executive function skills in an academic setting as a means to prepare students for success beyond school.

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  • How to Teach Reading

    Understand more about how to teach reading. This interview with Mark Seidenberg, a cognitive scientist and professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and author of the recently published book: Language at the Speed of Sight, outlines his opinion about how teacher preparation programs are not providing teachers with the right tools to help all

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  • Students draw different color stick figures on a canvas banner for social awareness and unity

    Social Awareness (Social Emotional Learning)

    What is Social Awareness? Social awareness is defined by the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) as, “the ability to take the perspective of and empathize with others, including those from diverse backgrounds and cultures. [It is] the ability to understand social and ethical norms for behavior and to recognize family, school, and

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  • Self-Reflection for Teachers

    Understand more about self-reflection for teachers. This insightful article by Brent G. Richardson and Margery J. Shupe emphasizes that teachers should consider their reactions to difficult classroom situations and the triggers that cause these responses. It also includes practical suggestions to improve relationships with students who have emotional and behavioral disorders.

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