Someone recently commented that she thought the “reading wars” were over. With the National Reading Panel’s report don’t we have a shared understanding of what kids need to know to learn to read? Yes and no. The war has continued, it’s been a silent fight for a while. But, it.
LDA Minnesota has recently secured a grant from the Office of Higher Education to develop an alternative teacher licensure program. LDA’s enterprise will focus on licensing Academic and Behavior Strategist (ABS) teachers. This is a newer licensure area for special education working with students who have mild to moderate needs.
The term executive function (EF) has become common over the past few years. Often executive function issues are associated with kids and adults with ADHD. However, more recently research is reveals connections between executive function, more specifically cognitive flexibility, and reading. So what is executive function? Executive function refers to.
Dear Friend of LDA Minnesota, LDA Minnesota is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2017. Looking back, our history reflects a deep commitment to helping all individuals achieve to their greatest potential. Juanita, one of the founders, shared the story of their first summer program with me few years ago. As she handed.
LDA Minnesota’s board of directors recently adopted a new strategic plan for 2018-2020. The planning process included an environmental scan. Board members, staff, and additional key stakeholders, such as partners, clients, funders and thought leaders, were asked to reflect on LDA’s current role in the sector as well as future.