At Wit’s End – Follow-up Audios

If you read Jill’s Book At Wit’s End…” this is a list of links that are referred to in the book. Enjoy!

“The Many Faces of Learning Problems”

What do learning problems really look like? While some learning problems are very obvious, others “mask” as something else:
  • Attention issues
  • Disorganization
  • Defiance
  • “I don’t care” attitude
  • Poor reading
  • Poor spelling
  • Laziness
During this call, we go through a number of behaviors that are usually caused by inefficient learning skills.
 
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3 Myths About Learning Problems

One of the things that has plagued students with learning problems is misunderstanding what those problems are about. Often learning problems look like something else completely. Additionally, our “systems” in this country have been built based on certain assumptions. On this call, we “explode” 3 myths that have frustrated parents and students.
 
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Why does my kid act like that?

 
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“Sometimes It Takes More Than A Tutor”

 
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Why does my kid act like that?

 
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Memory and Attention Issues

 
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Auditory Processing – Part 1

 
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Why do so many smart kids have trouble reading?

It seems as if more smart kids are having trouble reading than ever before.
On this call, Jill discusses why that is happening, what the factors are that create difficulty reading, and a look at where parents can start to look for answers.  
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Auditory Processing – Part 2

In part 2 of Auditory Processing, we discuss what can be done to actually solve Auditory Processing issues, as well as 6 things parents and teachers can do to help cope with the condition until the skill can be strengthened. Jill tells about 3 students who eliminated very severe AP deficits.
 
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