Nur Tsuroyah
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It carried into my adulthood. It was never treated. I am type 3; I have a lot of symptoms from the list on type 1 and certain situations bring out a few from type 2.

An Inside Look at ADHD Infographic. Children with type 2 ADHD often exhibit a number of strengths, including an eagerness to try new things and a hard working spirit. Take a look at this Philadelphia children’s behavior info graphic .

Principles-of-Adult-Learning

PD: A simple infographic providing an Overview of the Principles of Adult Learning by Nicole Legault. Seems clear and common-sense . good food for thought by course designers.

What is Dyslexia?  What do we tell our teacher? We're happy to share our answers to these questions with our new Dyslexia Card for Teachers. It's available as a free download in pdf form HERE or pu...

Dyslexia Card for Teachers - from Dyslexic Advantage. Actually, 1 in 5 students are dyslexic, but other than that, this would be a good card to give to your child's teachers. Maybe have something on the other side about your child specifically.

hmmm...helpful...I am teaching 2 different learning styles to 2 very different children...."I can do all things through Christ"...I think the hard part of that is that I TOTALLY understand how to teach the one who learns just like I do....the other one is soooo challenging for me to understand, but I am determined to get it!!  :)

Good instructional design involves an analysis of the learner. We should ask, "Does this instructional design match my students' learning styles"? Use this infographic to reflect on various learning styles.

Education and Technology  Infographic

This infographic details the history of education technology starting from the time of cavemen to present day. While it’s by no means robust, it’s interesting to check out some of the facts presented.

Which Side Are You On?

Psychology infographic and charts Left Brain vs. Right Brain (Infographic) Infographic Description Left Brain vs. Right Brain -- Have you ever wondered why