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The Myth of Laziness by Mel Levine
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Jun 28, 12

really liked it
bookshelves: case-studies, 2011, nonfiction, psychological, teaching-books

This book is an invaluable aid for educators and parents dealing with any learning challenge in the classroom or at home. The neurodevelopmental constructs, presented in place of generalized labels such as ADD, are an aid to understanding, talking about, and responding to children’s learning differences. In terms of struggles with orientation in the environment and other spatial tasks, the section on spatial processing explains this cognitive function as well as the ways in which it is important in school. Levine’s strategy of shared management, which is fully explained in Educational Care, then provides a flexible framework for effective response to the individual child’s needs.

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