Links

More Detail on the Links Found in the Blogroll

All Kinds of Minds – an excellent web site for educators, parents and students about differentiating teaching and learning: http://allkindsofminds.org

Brain Gym – a great web site about the brain & learning: http://www.braingym.org

Chick Moorman – Chick Moorman is known as the “Spirit Whisperer” – his site is a treasure trove for teachers and parents: http://www.chickmoorman.com

Dr. Michele Borba – Dr. Borba is an author, speaker and educational consultant. Her web site is all about proven solutions to raising caring kids: http://www.micheleborba.com.

“Dave Krupke – What Exactly is Visual Phonics – the most cited article for Communication Disorders Quarterly Journal in 2008-09: http://cdq.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/29/3/177?ijkey=ab1uyGhjpEOUw&keytype=ref&siteid=spcdq

Randall Klein – wonderful materials for early literacy: http://earlyreadingmastery.com

Michael Heggerty – excellent program for phonemic awareness: http://www.literacyresourcesinc.com

Dr. Richard Gentry’s site – see his publications and links to articles and video clips featuring Dr. Gentry: http://www.jrichardgentry.com

ICLI – ICLI is the non-profit parent organization for See the Sound/Visual Phonics: http://www.icli.org

Talking Fingers – Learn about Dr. Jeannine Herron and her program: http://www.talkingfingers.com

VoWac – check out a great company with excellent spelling and phonics materials based on Orton-Gillingham – http://www.vowac.com

ReadWriteThink – A partnership of the International Reading Association, the National Council of Teachers of English, and the Verizon Foundation, ReadWriteThink.org will help you turn reading and language arts theory into best classroom practices. Visit today and you’ll find everything you need for tomorrow’s lesson plan: http://readwritethink.org

Brain Targeted Teaching - information on The Brain-Targeted Teaching Model by Mariale Hardiman, which combines research from the neurological/cognitive sciences and education to present a research-based approach to effective teaching, including meaningful integration of the arts: http://www.braintargetedteaching.org

Love and Logic by Jim Fay – a very informative site on the use of love and logic to raise children to grow through their mistakes, live with the consequences of their choices, and to be responsible. Love and logic is a great philosophy that empowers parents and teachers to be more skilled in their interactions with children.

Speech-Language Therapy dot com by Caroline Bowen – an excellent web site with articles, links and resources about the assessment & management of communication disorders: http://www.speech-language-therapy.com

Net Connections for Communication Disorders and Sciences by Judith Kuster – recognized as the premier web site for internet information and connections for speech-language pathologists: http://www.communicationdisorders.com