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5 edition of Why can"t I learn like everyone else? found in the catalog.

Why can"t I learn like everyone else?

youth with learning disabilities

by Shirley Brinkerhoff

  • 171 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Mason Crest Publishers in Broomall, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Learning disabled youth -- Education -- United States,
  • Learning disabilities -- United States

  • About the Edition

    Examines the most common learning disabilities and explains in a clear and understandable way how these conditions are diagnosed and what help is available to students who have them.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 121) and index.

    Statementby Shirley Brinkerhoff.
    SeriesYouth with special needs
    The Physical Object
    Pagination127 p. :
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23274708M
    ISBN 10159084730X, 159084727X
    LC Control Number2003018438

    I think that you can define yourself as “normal” if you do the following. (a) Eat at fast food restaurants. (b) Answer questions this way; “Huh?” (c) Find a professional sports team and when they score, shout; “Yeah!” The difficulty with this kind. Many people have silently asked themselves why cant I drink like everyone else? They wonder why sometimes it feels like alcohol has a pull over them, that they dont understand, and dont like to talk about. They are frustrated that other people can control how much they drink without any problem, when their efforts are often hit or miss/5.

    “ If you drink more than you want, I beg you to read Why Can’t I Drink Like Everyone Else? immediately. Do everything she suggests. Rachel is a very wise teacher and coach who can show you the way. I couldn’t recommend her work more. ” – Brooke Castillo, Master Coach Instructor and Founder of The Life Coach School.   How to change your Zoom background like everyone else is doing. Why show off your messy living room when you can video chat from the beach or Author: Alison Denisco Rayome.

    Suggestions for teaching adults with learning disabilities include making certain they understand assignments; helping them with recall strategies and response modes; using a range of symbol systems; encouraging them to ask for clarification; fostering oral communication and self-monitoring skills; encouraging the use of books on tape; providing emotional support; and helping with work-related Cited by: 1. “Lean too much on other people’s approval and it becomes a bed of thorns.” ~Tehyi Hsieh. Let’s be honest with each other. And so is Oprah, the President of The United States, and the guy next door. We’re all people-pleasers to some extent. Wanting to be approved of —and loved—is as natural as wanting food and shelter.


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