Tag Archives: self-esteem

COMMUNITY SERVICE: A WIN, WIN, WIN

Since it’s election day, those behind Landmark360° thought that a blog post about community service and civic duty was relevant. Enjoy! Submitted by Reverend Bill Ferguson, Chaplain, Landmark School Somehow over the years, in the midst of the “ME” generation, this … Continue reading

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COLLABORATIVE LEARNING AND DEFYING THE MYTHS TRADITIONAL SUCCESS

Throughout the majority of our academic careers we are conditioned to equate good grades with success.  “Johnny studied hard.  Johnny earned an ‘A;’ therefore, Johnny will be successful.”  In academic environments, where teaching is predicated on homogeneous learning styles, this … Continue reading

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THE DYSLEXIA PARADOX

To date, the earliest that a reading disability/dyslexia (RD) can be reliably diagnosed is in second grade and most exhibit enduring reading impairments throughout adolescence and into adulthood. However, research has shown that intervention is most effective in kindergarten and … Continue reading

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