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Rewrite texts or dialogues by adding new structures and expressing thoughts more clearly. Just start by rewriting the text you recently read. This will help you better absorb new vocabulary, grammatical structures, and reinforce old ones.
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After you've practiced the previous tips for several times, it's time to write your own texts. Again, you can agree with a friend to respond to each other's SMS or emails in different styles on how your day went, what news you heard today, or what you have cooked. But if you want to use this task for learning German, for example, you need to already know grammatical structures and a certain vocabulary that you acquired by simply rewriting texts. This advice is commonly used by experts from the college paper service who aspire to learn something new. In the initial stages, you can write dialogues based on the one that you once simply rewrote. Then, you can create your own "masterpieces". By following this tip, your writing skill will grow, which won't be left unnoticed by your teacher. Just imagine their faces when you deliver some of your college papers.
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Don't be afraid to make mistakes while writing. Mistakes are a prerequisite for improving your writing skills since no one can achieve perfection in anything without making mistakes. Another question is how well you work on mistakes and analyze flaws in order to avoid them in the future. And yet, be prepared for mistakes. Just take them as one of the conditions for improving your writing skills, and when doing analysis, try to avoid them again. But if you feel that the essay you wrote is awful, contact professionals from the paper writing service. They will help you improve your paper and give some advice on future projects.
Welcome to NCLD Online Talks!
The National Center for Learning Disabilities brings you NCLD Online Talks. NCLD Talks features three distinct Talk events:
Live, Web-based discussions on issues critically important to people with learning disabilities (LD).
Live, Web-based discussions on the Response to Intervention instruction model and related issues critically important to frontline educators and families.
Live, Web-based discussions highlighting issues vital to parents of those with learning disabilities.
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Since all NCLD Talks are text-based discussions, all you’ll need is Internet access to participate. You can submit your question in advance of the Talk, or during the scheduled event. In either case, participating is as easy as 1-2-3!
- Click on the title of the upcoming Talk — This will take you to a page featuring a detailed description of the Talk, as well as biographies of the participating experts and additional resources on the topic;
- Type your question in the field provided;
- Click “Ask your Question.”
That’s all there is to it. Once the Talk is live, you’ll see the questions asked and our experts’ answers.
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Please note: Due to the volume of questions submitted, our experts may not be able to answer each individual question.
To read transcripts of NCLD Talks featured on this page, click on the highlighted Talk topic you wish to review. To read transcripts of LD Talks featured on this page, click on the highlighted LD Talk topic you wish to review.
11 July 2011
29 June 2011
Hollie Pettersson, Ph.D.
Canyons School District
Matthew K. Burns, Ph.D.
Rebecca Sarlo, Ph.D.
Florida Problem Solving and Response to Intervention Project
School Psychologists and RTI
26 May 2011 | Katie Eklund, MSW, Montina Romero, Ph.D.Katie Eklund and Montina Romero answered your questions about the various roles of school psychologists within RTI. They also offered tips and examples of strategies to support the effective implementation of RTI based on lessons learned working in local schoolstt.
Speech-Language Pathologists and RTI
12 May 2011 | Barbara J. Ehren, Ed.D., Maureen Staskowski, Ph.D.
Join Drs. Barbara Ehren and Maureen Staskowski during our next RTI Talk as they answer your questions about the role of SLPs in RTI. They will also offer tips and examples of effective ways to engage in assessment and intervention activities based on lessons learned working with SLPs in local schools.
Using School-based Volunteers in RTI
13 Apr 2011 | Audrey Suker, Jason Waite
Learn how school-based volunteers are making a difference in RTI implementation and how you can increase the impact your volunteers are making in your school or district. Join Jason Waite from City Year and Audrey Suker from Minnesota Reading Corps during our next RTI Talk as they answer your questions about how they use school-based volunteers in their work and how volunteers can be valuable assets to RTI implementation.
RTI in Early Childhood
30 Mar 2011 | Donna Nylander, Jim Lesko, Ed.D.
Join Donna Nylander and Jim Lesko during our next RTI Talk as they answer your questions about adapting the specific applications of RTI to fit within the early childhood culture and to address the developmental needs of young children. They will also offer tips based on lessons learned working with local schools to guide the development of a Pre-K RTI model, as well as policy recommendations to help build the state and local support needed to implement a successful model.
RTI and LD Identification
11 Mar 2011 | Dawn Miller, Ph.D., Erin Lolich, M.S.
RTI models hold the promise of advancing identification of and intervention for learning disabilities by linking these two domains. Join Dawn Miller and Erin Lolich during our next RTI Talk as they answer your questions about the use of RTI for identifying specific learning disabilities. They will also offer tips based on lessons learned working with local schools on how RTI can ensure accurate and timely LD identification.
Partnering with Families in an RTI Framework
9 Feb 2011 | Cathy Lines, Ph.D., Cindy Dascher, Colorado Department of Education RTI Team, Daphne Pereles, M.S., Ed Steinberg, Ph.D.
Join the Colorado Department of Education team during our next RTI Talk as they answer your questions about developing family-school partnerships based on shared responsibility and shared ownership of student challenges and successes. They will also offer tips and examples of materials they developed to nurture the collaborative process through information sharing, problem solving, and the celebration of student successes.
Special Education Within An RTI Framework
14 Dec 2010 | Ann Casey, Ph.D., Bob Heimbaugh, M.Ed.
Join Ann Casey and Bob Heimbaugh during our next RTI Talk as they answer your questions about the special educator's role within an RTI framework. Dr. Casey and Mr. Heimbaugh will also offer tips on implementing RTI based on lessons they have learned through their extensive experience working in schools to help as many students as possible get what they need.
Finding the Resources and Programs You Need
29 Nov 2010 | Nancy VentrudoWhether you’re a parent who is raising a child with LD or an adult with LD who needs additional support, where do you begin to look for the information sources or services you need? Join NCLD’s Parent Leader, Nancy Ventrudo, as she answers your questions and gives her insider advice.
Implementing RTI In Urban Schools
18 Nov 2010 | Edward Fergus, Ph.D.Join Edward Fergus, Ph.D., of the Metropolitan Center for Urban Education at New York University, during our next RTI Talk as he answers your questions about using RTI as a means to ensure that instruction is culturally and linguistically responsive to the needs of all different groups of students. Dr. Fergus will also offer tips on implementing RTI based on lessons he has learned through his extensive experience working in urban schools.
RTI for Gifted Students
19 Oct 2010 | Mary Ruth Coleman, Ph.D.Join Mary Ruth Coleman, Ph.D., of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, during our next RTI Talk as she answers your questions about using RTI as a means to ensure gifted and talented students have opportunities to make continual growth. Dr. Coleman will also offer tips based on lessons she has learned about meeting the needs of gifted students within an RTI framework.
Is it LD? Asking Your Child's Pediatrician for Help
29 Sep 2010 | Debbie Walhof, M.D.If your child is struggling with learning, attention, or behavior, there may be any number of reasons why. Join Parent Leader Dr. Debbie Walhof as she addresses your questions about what to do when you suspect that something "isn't right" and the type of guidance you can expect to receive.
Is Your Child's IEP Doing Enough?
16 Sep 2010 | Mark HalpertAs a parent, you are a critical member of your child’s IEP team. Join NCLD’s Parent Leader, Mark Halpert, as he shares options for what you can do if you think your child’s IEP isn’t doing enough to help your child and how to make sure your child is on track for achieving his or her full potential if they have a 504 plan rather than an IEP.
Building Consensus for RTI Priorities
18 Aug 2010 | Dawn Miller, Ph.D.
Join Dawn Miller, Ph.D., Innovative Projects Facilitator for the Shawnee Mission Public Schools in Kansas, during our next RTI Talk as she answers your questions about getting team buy-in when refining or prioritizing RTI actions for the year. Dr. Miller will also offer tips based on lessons she learned working with new and continuing RTI implementers on establishing priorities and facilitating collaboration.
Demystifying Learning Disabilities: Educating Yourself and Others
17 Aug 2010 | Marcie LipsittParents of children with learning disabilities (LD) and children and adults with LD still face huge misunderstanding about what learning disabilities are…and what they’re not. When you hear an uneducated remark from a neighbor, colleague, coach, relative, or even from someone at the grocery store, how do you deal with it? Join NCLD’s Parent Leader, Marcie Lipsitt, as she helps us demystify learning disabilities.
Building a Master Schedule to Facilitate RTI
2 Jun 2010 | Leslie Van Kleek, Steven VandemarkThe creation of a workable schedule that maximizes school personnel resources and collaboration among all members of the teaching force to deliver tiered instruction is essential to the effective implementation of RTI. Join Leslie Van Kleek and Steven Vandemark during our next RTI Talk as they answer your questions about building workable master schedules with the flexibility to respond to student needs at both the elementary and secondary school levels.
Effective Instruction for English Language Learners
20 Apr 2010 | Catherine (Cara) Richards-Tutor, Ph.D., Jana Echevarria, Ph.D.
Join Jana Echevarria, Ph.D., and Catherine (Cara) Richards-Tutor, Ph.D., of California State University, Long Beach, during our next RTI Talk as they answer your questions about effective instruction for English language learners.
Engaging Families in RTI
17 Mar 2010 | Markay Winston, Ph.D.
Join Markay L. Winston, Ph.D., Director for the Department of Student Services with the Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS), during our next RTI Talk as she answers your questions about creating positive, engaged relationships that center around supporting student learning, sharing of data and decision making, interventions, and collaborative problem-solving. Dr. Winston will also offer tips based on lessons she learned while educating parents about and collaborating with them on CPS's RTI model, the "Pyramid of Interventions."
Implementing RTI in Middle Schools
18 Feb 2010 | Jeanice Kerr Swift, Lori Smith, Ph.D.
Join Jeanice Kerr Swift and Lori Smith as they answer your questions about key issues related to RTI including scheduling; staff buy-in; preparation, planning and training for RTI; benefits to students and staff; challenges, and next steps. Ms. Swift and Dr. Smith will offer specific tips for how school teams can work together to introduce and sustain RTI at the middle school level.
Improving Behavior and Student Achievement
20 Aug 2009 | Andrew Krugly
Join Andrew Krugly, Principal of Dewey Elementary School in Evanston, Illinois, as he answers your questions about establishing a school-wide behavior management plan that emphasizes prevention and positive modeling in order to improve academic performance among all students. Mr. Krugly will offer specific tips for improving behaviors, attitudes, and the general school environment.
Effective Teaming and Collaboration within RTI
4 Jun 2009 | Drexel Hill Middle School Team
Join Principal Jonathan Ross and members of the Drexel Hill team as they share lessons learned and important outcomes after two years of RTI implementation.
Differentiating Reading Instruction Within the Core
23 Apr 2009 | Carol M. Connor, Ph.D., Stephanie Al Otaiba, Ph.D.
Join Carol M. Connor, Ph.D., and Stephanie Al Otaiba, Ph.D. of Florida State University and also the Florida Center of Reading Research (FCRR) as they answer your questions about delivering high quality core instruction and differentiating instruction for struggling learners. Drs. Connor and Al Otaiba will also offer tips and suggestions for using materials and lesson procedures from the core program to provide reteaching, or additional teaching, to students according to their needs.
English Language Learners and RTI
24 Mar 2009 | Nonie K. Lesaux, Ph.D.Join Nonie Lesaux, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Human Development and Urban Education Advancement at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, during our next RTI Talk as she answers your questions about effective literacy and English language instruction for English learners in the elementary and middle school grades.
Enhancing Reading Comprehension within Core Instruction
11 Mar 2009 | Annemarie Palincsar, Ph.D.Join Annemarie Palincsar, Ph.D., Jean and Charles Walgreen professor of reading and literacy at the University of Michigan, during our next RTI Talk as she answers your questions about how children who struggle with academic learning can be supported to be successful in the context of ambitious science instruction.
School-Wide Positive Behavior Support and RTI
14 Jan 2009 | Rob Horner, Ph.D.Join Rob Horner, Ph.D., professor of special education at the University of Oregon and director of the Educational Community Supports, during our next RTI Talk as he answers your questions about maximizing student learning and the impact of effective interventions by preventing the development and lessening the intensity of problem behaviors.
Family-School Partnerships and RTI
9 Dec 2008 | Amy L. Reschly, Ph.D.Join Amy L. Reschly, Ph.D., as she answers your questions about creating positive, engaged relationships that center around supporting student learning, sharing of data and decision making, interventions, and collaborative problem-solving. Dr. Reschly will also offer tips and suggestions for numerous ways schools and families may work together within a multi-tiered model.
Data-Based Decision Making
12 Nov 2008 | Matthew K. Burns, Ph.D.Join our expert, Matthew K. Burns, as he answers your questions about problem-solving decisions made in each tier and the various decision-making rules used in each tier within an RTI model. Dr. Burns will also offer tips and suggestions on using data to make decisions about instruction, intervention, and eligibility.
Academic Success Strategies for Adolescents with LD
5 Nov 2008 | Donald D. Deshler, Ph.D.Join Dr. Don Deshler, director of the Center for Research on Learning at the University of Kansas, as he shares his knowledge of current literacy, strategic instruction, and school and district-wide educational innovations that are available to help adolescents with LD become successful independent learners.
Universal Design for Learning: What it Is, Why Students with LD Need it and How to Make it Happen
24 Sep 2008 | Patricia Kelly RalabateJoin Patti Ralabate, Ed.D., Senior Policy Analyst for Special Education at the National Education Association, as she answers your questions about UDL and highlights how parents and teacher can work together to support its implementation in a school or classroom.
RTI and Universal Screening
11 Sep 2008 | Joseph R. Jenkins, Ph.D., Marjorie Lipson, Ph.D.Join Joseph Jenkins, Professor of Special Education at the University of Washington, and Marjorie Lipson, Professor of Education at the University of Vermont, as they discuss the importance of universal screening and how it is used under an RTI framework while answering your questions about RTI and Universal Screening.
Building Education Programs that Work for All Students
20 Aug 2008 | Dean Fixsen, Ph.D.Join Dean Fixsen as he offer tips and suggestions to help you apply successful strategies for organizational and systems development, change management, program implementation and administration, systems transformation, and neighborhood development within your school community.
NCLB and Students with LD: Myths, Facts and What the Future Holds
30 Jun 2008 | Candace CortiellaJoin Candace Cortiella, executive director of the Advocacy Institute, parent of an adult child with learning disabilities and member of NCLD’s Professional Advisory Board, as she answers your questions, dispels common myths about NCLB and provides insights into implementing NCLB in the future.
Implementing RTI in Mathematics
19 Jun 2008 | Amanda M. VanDerHeyden, Ph.D., David Allsopp, Ph.D.Join our experts Amanda VanDerHeyden and David Allsopp as they discuss "How can RTI play a role in helping students who are struggling in mathematics succeed?" while answering your questions about "Implementing RTI in Mathematics."
Neurobiology and Dyslexia: What We Know About the Brain and Learning
29 May 2008 | Guinevere Eden, Ph.D.Join Guinevere Eden, of the Center for the Study of Learning at Georgetown University, as she demystifies the connection between neurobiology and learning disabilities.
Building Your Blueprint for Successful RTI Implementation
22 May 2008 | George Batsche, Ed.D., Thomas P. Komp, M.Ed.Join our experts Thomas Komp and George Batsche as they answer your questions about effective ways to build your 'blueprint' for successful RTI implementation.
Understanding Evaluations: What Parents and Teachers Need to Know to Drive Instruction and Promote School Success
30 Apr 2008 | Blanche Podhajski Ph.D.Join Dr. Blanche Podhajski as she helps parents and teachers unravel and understand the important questions about the evaluation process such as timing, what the proposed tests measure and what the outcomes mean when a comprehensive evaluation is conducted.
Managing Ongoing Student Assessments
23 Apr 2008 | Stanley Deno, Ph.D.Join our expert Stanley Deno, Ph.D., best known for his research leading to the development of Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) progress monitoring procedures and their use in the Response to Intervention (RTI) model, as he answers your questions on CBM.
Preventing Early Reading Failure
2 Apr 2008 | Dr. Joseph K. TorgesenJoin Dr. Torgensen as he focuses on preventing early reading failure. Dr. Torgesen will respond to questions about what we know about the kind of instruction that weak readers need in the early years of school, what we know about the effectiveness of interventions that make use of this knowledge, and how parents can recognize the signs that their young children need extra support in learning to read.
High School Graduation Rates: What We Know About Ensuring Success for Students with LD
31 Mar 2008 | Loujeania Williams Bost, Ph.D., Matthew Klare, Ph.D.Join experts Loujeania Williams Bost, Ph.D. and Matthew Klare, Ph.D. as they answer questions about high school graduation, preventing high school drop out and explore how schools and parents can work together, within the constructs of the federal laws – the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and the Elementary Secondary Education Act, currently known as No Child Left Behind (NCLB) – to ensure that every child with LD gets the support they need to stay in school and successfully graduate with a regular diploma.
Helping Your Child with LD Find Success: How to Stay Energized and Engaged
4 Mar 2008 | Danielle E. Graves, Nancy E. GravesThe mother and daughter team of Nancy and Danielle Graves offer parents insight on ways to maximize their personal resources to help sustain their children who have been diagnosed as having Specific Learning Disabilities during our first Parent Talk.
Response to Intervention and IDEA - LD Identification in the RTI Instruction Model
28 Feb 2008 | Daryl Mellard Ph.D., Mary Beth Klotz, Ph.D., NCSPFeatured experts Dr. Mary Beth Klotz and Dr. Daryl Mellard will answer questions from parents and teachers about legislative requirements and best practices on how RTI can ensure accurate and timely LD identification.
Learning Disabilities in the Workplace
24 Jan 2008 | Paul J. Gerber, Ph.D.Join our expert, Paul J. Gerber, Ph.D., noted expert in post-school issues for adults with learning disabilities, particularly in the area of employment, as he answers questions for parents and adults on important topics such as: The importance of self-knowledge and self-advocacy; Weighing the ‘potential gains’ and ‘acceptable losses’ of self- disclosure; Anticipating and answering employer questions about LD, and Determining ‘reasonable accommodations.’