Inside The Mind Of Someone With A Learning Disability

I would love to run into a couple of my students years from now. I have always wondered what their thought processes were. Did I really help them? Did I really make a difference in their lives? Were my techniques helpful? Well, on the PBS website, I found the story of a young man, Marco, who recently graduated from college and now teaches high school. He struggles greatly with his learning disability, but still came out on top. There are four parts to the series:

I liked Part 1- A Struggle for Success- written in his own words. I thought it was a particularly insightful to understand what’s going on in the mind of someone with a learning disability.

It’s a nice read!

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  1. [...] of the electrons to to Leila over on Special Ed and Me, whose post entitled “Inside the Mind of Someone with a Learning Disability” that led me to the articles. Share and [...]

  2. Your blog is wonderful, I love the children’s book reviews. Much is needed to motivate our children to learn and appreciate reading. Keep up the good work.

  3. Very interesting.

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