Category - learning

DEBATE = EMPOWERMENT

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...

ASKING FOR HELP

ASKING FOR HELP

Submitted by Nicole Subik, Learning Specialist at Villanova University’s Learning Support Services Why is it that many of us view asking for help as a sign of failure? If you are traveling from Point A to Point B...

AN OASIS OF DIGNITY

Three Commencement Lessons Submitted by Donna Hicks, Ph.D., Author of Dignity and Associate at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University. Ms. Hicks delivered Landmark’s 2013 commencement...

THE FUTURE OF LITERACY

THE FUTURE OF LITERACY

As a literacy researcher, I am fascinated by how digital technologies are changing the nature of reading and writing.  Information is being presented in an increasing number of text formats – ipads, e-books, hyperlinked...

LEARNING FOR EACH OTHER

LEARNING FOR EACH OTHER

To be an adult with dyslexia is often a very isolating experience. Once people finish their formal education, there is no longer a support structure outside of the family. As adults, many people feel embarrassed to...

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