I also wanted to share some thoughts about how you can make learning fun. The expression that it’s all in the presentation is the secret. Create a catchy and attractive name for a new lesson. You could introduce a new lesson and call it, for example, “Script” or “Cursive.” But as one of my Read More
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About Erica Warren
Aspiring to empower "out of the box" learners, Dr. Warren created a degree program that united coursework and research in School Psychology, Special Education, Educational Psychology, and Adult Education. Her doctorate from the UGA focused on life-long issues in learning, the impact of learning difficulties across the lifespan, and comprehensive diagnostic evaluations. In addition, she earned a Masters degree in Educational Psychology. Dr. Warren bachelor's degree in fine arts is often described as her secret weapon.
Dr. Warren’s diverse training has created a well-rounded expertise in the areas of mindful and multisensory learning, cognition and remediation. Much of Dr. Warren’s time remains devoted to working with learners of all ages as a coach and personal trainer for the brain. Her unique, multisensory approach focuses on compensatory learning strategies, cognitive remediation, study strategies and remedial reading, writing and math methods. Dr. Warren founded Learning to Learn, her private practice, in 1999 and later created her educational resources and materials sites: Good Sensory Learning and Dyslexia Materials. Most recently, she began her site GoDyslexia which features a growing selection of video podcasts and webinars on dyslexia teacher training, and dyslexia empowerment.
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FREEBIE Puppy Party Game Board I wanted to share a free copy of my new favorite reading remediation activity that is one of the many games in my new publication – Reading Board Games: Making All Phonic & Orton Gillingham Based Reading Programs Multisensory and Fabulously Fun. It helps students quickly master the short vowel Read More
Learning to follow directions is a crucial milestone in any student’s learning program. It is the foundation of learning and difficulties in this area can impact a student’s ability to take notes, follow a sequence of steps, as well as show their knowledge on written assignments and even multiple-choice tests. Even if a student is Read More