Authors, Lourene Williams-Medlow
Lourene Williams-Medlow, Author
About the Author,Lourene Williams-Medlow

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Lourene Williams-Medlow has worked in the educational systems for over thirty years. She has worked as a teacher of students both in general education and special education. She has also worked as a testing specialist, giving both psychological and educational assessments for over fifteen years.. Mrs. Medlow has two masters, one in education and one in clinical psychology. She is a Licensed Psychological Associate and Licensed Specialist in School Psychology, as well as holds certifications in special and general education.

Turning I Can't Into I Can: Effective Ways to Help Children to Be Successful at School
260 pages
Publisher: Pale Horse Publishing (January 1, 2008)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1587471108
ISBN-13: 978-1587471100
Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 5.9 x 0.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces

Book Description
This book covers the problems children may experience in school with solutions. Problems ranging from difficulties in visual processing, auditory processing to behavioral problems. Solutions that both parents and teachers can easily follow to help children to perform better and to be successful in school. This book also gives easy and effective strategies in teaching reading, writing and math. This book addresses solutions for children who may be labeled or experiencing problems with a learning disability, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, expressive language disorder, and attention deficit with or without hyperactivity. It also has effective ways to help children with Tourette syndrome, autism and emotional problems. An extensive glossary is included of words that most educators and school psychologists use in which parents and others may not know. Lastly, this book will help parents and teachers know what kind of learner the child may be based on their type of intelligence. This knowledge will greatly improve teaching techniques and a higher probability of success when working with the children.

Choices Game
Pages: 198
Publisher:Popular Library 1989

Game Features

9 and up
For 2 players (or teams)
Playing time: about 45 minutes

Book Description

CHOICES, a game that is fast paced and quick thinking. Choices has six categories of questions: Black Stuff, Children's World, Christmas, Sports Stuff, Whatever Stuff and White Stuff. There are three levels of difficulty. Choices can be played with as few as two people and as many as forty to fifty people working in four teams. Choices is designed to work with teams of people, forcing them to work together and making the right Choices. Choices is a highly competitive game and lots of fun.