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Podcast: Your Child Learns Differently, Now What? with Roger Stark

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Roger Stark is CEO of BrainWare Learning Company and, along with award-winning educator Betsy Hill, is co-author of the book Your Child Learns Differently, Now What?: with Roger Stark first appeared on EdNews Daily. The Truth for Parents.

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Educator Perspectives on Social and Emotional Learning Programs

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By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) continues to receive increasing attention in the world of education. We hope that others will find this summary of findings from the small survey we conducted and the trends we discerned as interesting and thought-provoking as we do.

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Science of Reading, Meet the Science of Learning

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By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark The pressure to revamp reading instruction has been mounting. According to data sourced from Education Week, 33 states now have laws in place that establish the “science of reading” as the standard for reading instruction and intervention.

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Closing the Capacity Gap: An Effective Intervention for Title I Students

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By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark “The greatest obstacle to discovery is the illusion of knowledge” –Roger Stark The Illogical Logic of Title I Funding Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 was intended to narrow the educational achievement gap for children from families with low socio-economic status (SES).

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Using Cognitive Assessments and Cognitive Training for Autism

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By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark Will this help my child? That is the question we always hear from parents of children with an Autism Spectrum Diagnosis (ASD) when they come across our cognitive training and assessment programs. We’ll start with the short answer and then we’ll dig in a little deeper.

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Active Learning vs. Passive Learning: It’s All Active Learning

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By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark Like many topics in education, the debate between “Active Learning” and “Passive Learning” relies more on philosophy than science and uses the word “learning” when what is actually being discussed is teaching.

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Science of Learning: Why it Matters

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By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark The science of learning uses research from a range of disciplines, including cognitive psychology, education and especially neuroscience to understand how learning occurs in the brain and how learning experiences can be most effective.

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