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Helping students with learning disabilities offers solutions for children with learning disabilities stressing the development of such learning skills as visual memory, auditory memory, visual discrimination, auditory perception as well as how to teach learning skills and the basic skills of reading, mathematics, learning a foreign language, wiriting and eye hand coordination. A wonderful source for parents, educators, school psychologists and physicians, it sheds light on the tremendous progress that can be made with learning disabled and dsylexic children as well as helping all children to work at their potential level.

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teaching learning disabilities, students learning, math disabilities,learning disabilities strategies, children learning disabilities, learning disabilities statistics, colleges learning disabilities, learning disabilities association, dyslexia reading, chilld dyslexia, reading disability, learning disabilities adults, By definition, a learning disabled child is one who innately has an average to superior IQ with serious learning skill deficiencies that involve both the language and mathematics areas . Generally these children are working two to two and a half years below grade level. Dyslexia is a form of learning disabilities that involves the language areas only. A learning disabled or dyslexic child is one, therefore, who has innate potential to learn well. Educational therapist, Addie Cusimano, through her reseach and many years of concentrated work with learning disabled students attests that with the right kind of teaching techniques, and concentrated work for the development of basic skills as well as specific learning skills, these children can overcome their learning disability and "learn just like any other child." She shares her findings in her new book, Learning Disabilities: There is a Cure.Statistical reports indicate that 1.2 million students in the USA are high school dropouts and that 2.7 million public school students nationwide have been identified as learning disabled. Fifty percent of all dropouts come from inner city public schools where twenty-five percent are learning disabled. For years educators have been in search of the right reading approach, one that would meet the needs of all children. Since the early 1900’s we have switched from a sight approach, to a phonetic approach, linguistic, whole language, integrated, and now, a researched based, balanced approach. The No Child Left Behind Act has set a goal that by 2014, all children in the United States are to be proficient in reading. The dilemma lies in how this is to be accomplished even with this improved balanced approach. Educational specialist, Addie Cusimano, shares her findings in this new second edition of her book entitled, Learning Disabilities: There is a Cure which is based on her research, work and success with students from pre-school to college age, from learning disabled to gifted. She discusses her findings on specific learning skills that learning disabled students need to be taught in order to erase their deficiencies and help them to learn just like any other child. Her premise is that the formal teaching of specific learning skills, which is not part of most basic elementary curriculums, should be added to our programs and that it would benefit all children. Mrs.Cusimano presents her answers to the No Child Left Behind Act, discusses the importance of including the formal teaching of specific learning skills, and the best approach and techniques for the teaching of basic skills and learning skills. Her recommended teaching strategies, proven to be highly beneficial for all students, produce a dramatic effect in helping students to succeed academically. This revised second edition includes two new chapters, the teaching of foreign languages and mathematics as well as updated details on the teaching of reading. Written in an easy to read format, Ms. Cusimano book provides solutions for educators, parents and professionals while offering a refreshing and assured method for the solution to America’s serious academic concerns. This book makes an excellent text for the training of classroom teachers, reading specialists, and special education teachers .About the Author: Addie Cusimano, an educational therapist with more than thirty-five years of experience working as a diagnostician, clinician, researcher and teacher shares her findings on educating children from learning disabled (dyslexic) to gifted. Written in an easy to read format, Ms. Cusimano, a reading specialist, discusses various facets of basic skills and learning skills that are lacking in our educational curriculums. In her books she presents the learning skills that all children must develop in order to learn with ease, and explains what parents and educators can do to help develop these skills. Her preface is that children with a learning disability can and should be cured at an elementary level, and that the best reading approach is one that incorporates many more facets of learning than are presently taught. Her book includes eye-opening information on reading, writing, spelling, mathematics, auditory memory (listening), visual memory (visual sequencing and recall), visual perception, auditory perception, eye-hand coordination, study skills, the best reading approach and practical techniques for developing these skills. Her findings offer obtainable solutions for the fulfillment of the No Child Left Behind Act. Learning Disabilities: There is a Cure and the teaching materials that Addie Cusimano has designed for the teaching of specific learning skills such as visual discrimination, visual memory, and auditory memory are easy to use, yet trremendously effective for children who are home schooled. What a find!" This book makes an excellent text for the training of classroom teachers, reading specialists, and special education teachers.This book sheds new light on what is needed to greatly improve the academic level of students, from learning disabled (dyslexic) to those who are not classified as learning disabled, and dramatically lower the high school drop-out rate. It is a book that parents, educators (pre-school through college), and physicians who work with students with learning problems will want to read. It is also an excellent source for teacher training courses and workshops. As a school psychologist, it was frustrating to have so little to offer parents and teachers about how to help students strengthen specific areas of weakness which were found by the tests. The child has an auditory problem, a visual memory problem, etc. Well, what can be done? This book helps parents and teachers answer this question promoting specific learning strategies. The revision offers more details about teaching reading in addition to applying learning strategies to the teaching of foreign languages and mathematics. Learning how to learn is an area often overlooked in today's busy, test-oriented classrooms. Some of the best material I've found is Learning Disabilities: There is a Cure along with the author's other books. Read the editorial review for more about how these books developed from years of experience meeting specific needs of students. " Addie Cusimano is convinced that learning disabilities can be prevented and cured. Her revised and expanded second edition of LEARNING DISABILITIES: THERE IS A CURE (2010),sets out to prove it to readers. Filled with statistical reports, research, and personal examples,she leads us from the sight approach to reading, through phonics, linguistic, whole language,and integrated programs to a more balanced approach. As an educational therapist, Ms.Cusimano not only discusses learning disabilities in depth (visual perception, visual memory,auditory perception, and auditory memory), as well as the remediation involved, but addresses embarrassment and frustration issues that follow in their wake. In addition, as an added bonus,she addresses handwriting skills, improving written expression, advanced thinking, study skills,math, and learning foreign languages! As such, this book covers learners from pre-school throughcollege age, and learning disabled to gifted, focusing on specific skills and teaching techniques. I am recommending LEARNING DISABILITIES: THERE IS A CURE (2010) to my student teachers, as it presents solutions for their own students who are considered to be nonreaders.” Reviewed by:Dr. Sherry L. Meinberg has earned a reputation as one of America’s foremost educators. With nearly fifty years in the profession, her resume of coursework, teaching, advising, and speaking runs twelve pages. Under the title of teacher, Dr. Meinberg qualifies as a reading and language specialist, a mento

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" addie cusimano is convinced that learning disabilities can be prevented and cured. her revised and expanded second edition of learning disabilities: there is a cure (2010) etc. well a visual memory problem and physicians who work with students with learning problems will want to read. it is also an excellent source for teacher training courses and workshops. as a school psychologist it was frustrating to have so little to offer parents and teachers about how to help students strengthen specific areas of weakness which were found by the tests. the child has an auditory problem sets out to prove it to readers. filled with statistical reports and personal examples and auditory memory) as well as the remediation involved ms.cusimano not only discusses learning disabilities in depth (visual perception and integrated programs to a more balanced approach. as an educational therapist she leads us from the sight approach to reading through phonics educators (pre-school through college) learning disabilities: there is a cure which is based on her research physicians sheds psychologists school parents educators tremendous progress teaching learning disabilities students learning level work disabled dsylexic source wonderful discrimination perception development stressing offers solutions teach basic wiriting coordination language foreign reading math disabilities learning disabilities strategies a researched based balanced approach. the no child left behind act has set a goal that by 2014 and now integrated one that would meet the needs of all children. since the early 1900’s we have switched from a sight approach to a phonetic approach all children in the united states are to be proficient in reading. the dilemma lies in how this is to be accomplished even with this improved balanced approach. educational specialist shares her findings in this new second edition of her book entitled discusses the importance of including the formal teaching of specific learning skills and the best approach and techniques for the teaching of basic skills and learning skills. her recommended teaching strategies should be added to our programs and that it would benefit all children. mrs.cusimano presents her answers to the no child left behind act which is not part of most basic elementary curriculums work and success with students from pre-school to college age from learning disabled to gifted. she discusses her findings on specific learning skills that learning disabled students need to be taught in order to erase their deficiencies and help them to learn just like any other child. her premise is that the formal teaching of specific learning skills learning disabilities: there is a cure.statistical reports indicate that 1.2 million students in the usa are high school dropouts and that 2.7 million public school students nationwide have been identified as learning disabled. fifty percent of all dropouts come from inner city public schools where twenty-five percent are learning disabled. for years educators have been in search of the right reading approach these children can overcome their learning disability and "learn just like any other child." she shares her findings in her new book dyslexia reading chilld dyslexia learning disabilities association colleges learning disabilities children learning disabilities learning disabilities statistics reading disability learning disabilities adults through her reseach and many years of concentrated work with learning disabled students attests that with the right kind of teaching techniques and concentrated work for the development of basic skills as well as specific learning skills who has innate potential to learn well. educational therapist a learning disabled child is one who innately has an average to superior iq with serious learning skill deficiencies that involve both the language and mathematics areas . generally these children are working two to two and a half years below grade level. dyslexia is a form of learning disabilities that involves the language areas only. a learning disabled or dyslexic child is one by definition proven to be highly beneficial for all students