This book is a sensible purchase for anyone working with students, especially first-year teachers. - -VOYA With Faking It, Christopher Lee and Rosemary Jackson changed the way we view special learners, offering a moving account of Lee's struggle and ultimate triumph over dyslexia. Now, with What About Me?, Lee combines his special insight with Jackson's expertise as a special education trainer to offer specific help to teachers and parents of other misunderstood learners. What About Me? is a practical yet personal book on how to help special learners grow into self-sufficient, responsible adults who can recognize their strengths and manage their weaknesses. To that end, Lee and Jackson offer specific guidance on: what you can do and where you can go if your student has a learning disability what it's like to perceive words and numbers differently how to help students with learning disabilities become creative writers how to maximize memory skills how to encourage kinesthetic and tactile learners to thrive in the classroom how to recognize, deal with, and honor personal survival skills how to help students develop self-advocacy skills how assistive technology can help where to find more information on learning disabilities and assistive technology. What About Me? is the result of a unique collaborative effort. United through a passion to make the system better, Lee and Jackson pool their perspectives to create this unique look into the world of misunderstood learners.Christopher M Lee is the author of 'What About Me?: Strategies for Teaching Misunderstood Learners', published 2001 under ISBN 9780325003481 and ISBN 0325003483.
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