Tag Archives: Landmark School

Disability Discrimination

Submitted by: Angela M. Timpone is a certified educational advocate serving Vermont and Massachusetts and founder of Camp Kaleidoscope, a camp for families with children with autism.  Last fall, while I watched the Norwich University football team win 19–9 against Gallaudet University, … Continue reading

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ADVENTURE IS OUT THERE

Submitted by: Tristan Whitehouse, faculty member at Landmark High School Not all classrooms need walls – or proper floors for that matter. What they do need is people willing to learn together through exploration. Over the past decade, outdoor education programs … Continue reading

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LEARNING WITH ADHD

  Submitted by: Edward Hallowell, M.D., Ed.D – child and adult psychiatrist, author, speaker, and leading authority  in the field of ADHD. Founder of the Hallowell Centers in New York and Boston. Learning with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is … Continue reading

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LESSONS LEARNED

Submitted by: Adam Hickey Ed.M, M.S. Ed – Landmark School Outreach Consultant and Research Coordinator Lessons Learned While On the Road with Landmark Outreach The Landmark School Outreach Program has a long and storied history of extending Landmark School’s influence … Continue reading

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DEBATE = EMPOWERMENT

Submitted by Caleb Koufman, faculty member at Landmark High School When most people imagine the extracurriculars offered at a school for students with language-based learning disabilities​, such as dyslexia​, debate club is usually not among them. Just like any presumptions … Continue reading

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DANCING IN THE RAIN

Submitted by Amy Ruocco, Landmark School parent We are all faced with challenges in life, but how successfully we navigate through those challenges largely depends on how capable we view ourselves to be. Dyslexic children learn fairly early on that … Continue reading

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LIFE AFTER LANDMARK

Submitted by Stephanie Johnston, parent of a former Landmark School student All parents worry, but parents of children who learn differently worry a lot more.  From the time our son started school we worried.  There were vague worries: why isn’t … Continue reading

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