The Door in the Wall is a slim work of children’s literature that welcomes a [...]
From Cheryl As families and teachers can attest, the impact of autism and related conditions [...]
Increasingly in classical schools and homeschools, we hear from those who are teaching students with [...]
“I need help,” she said. “I can no longer change clothes in my bedroom.” Pausing [...]
On July 18, 1013, a baby boy was born to the Duke of Altshausen in [...]
When we teach a child who has learning difficulties, medical conditions, or other daily struggles, [...]
One Latin word encapsulates suffering: tentatio. Wrapped with adversity and affliction, tentatio depicts trial and [...]
Children with learning challenges will require more intentional thought and attention at home or in [...]
We often receive questions about teaching children with specific conditions classically. In this issue we [...]
When teaching the faith to children with special learning needs, begin with Bible stories depicted [...]
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