Applied Learning Processe

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Applied Learning Processe
Applied Learning Processe is listed in the Tutoring category in Kansas City, Missouri. Displayed below are the social networks for Applied Learning Processe which include a Facebook page and a Pinterest page. The activity and popularity of Applied Learning Processe on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 0.

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430 E Blue Ridge Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64145
(816) 942-6808

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This graphic from the International Dyslexia Association does an excellent job of tackling the concept of dyslexia as a "gift." https://dyslexiaida.org/is-dyslexia-a-gift-infographic/
Is Dyslexia a Gift? Infographic Share This: Volume 6, Issue 3 September 2017For a downloadable PDF click hereBy Carolyn CowenIDA infographics help make complex information easy to digest, remember, and share and are made for a wide audience—both those individuals new to dyslexia and related literacy...

Applied Learning Processes shared International Dyslexia Association Kansas Missouri Branch's post.
This event supports the International Dyslexia Association Kansas Missouri Branch. It's a wonderful event with food, games, and some great exercise. Check it out!
Good news for KC Dash participants ... we are extending the deadline for recieving a Dash T-shirt to September 8th! Register for Dyslexia Dash Kansas City 5K by 9/8 and receive your dash T-shirt. Keep the registrations coming. We love seeing so many teams being created! If you cannot be there on dash day donations are tax deductible. All proceeds stay local for our KS-MO branch and go toward teacher and student scholarships. Register at ksmo.dyslexiaida.org

We received this note from a former student on Friday. She was with us in 2011 for work on visual-spatial, phonological, and orthographic processing. It is incredible to see how far she has come! "Hello, my name is Eilis Leptien. I went through your program almost 6 or 7 years ago when I was in 6th or 7th grade. Today was my second day of college. I ended my high school career with a 4.0 and got into every college I applied too (even the more selective ones). In high school teachers and peers were shocked when I would tell them that I had a learning disability because they could never tell. This is all because of the help you gave me while I was in middle school. Thank you for helping me get on the right path because before Applied Learning Processes everyone thought I would only get Cs and Ds in school not because I wasn't smart but because I couldn't express myself. I have very much exceeded that. Thank you so much. Eilis"

As we all settle into the school year routine, a message of empowerment and perseverance. This talk embodies so much of the atmosphere and philosophy of Applied Learning, we couldn't resist sharing! https://www.ted.com/talks/rita_pierson_every_kid_needs_a_champion
Rita Pierson, a teacher for 40 years, once heard a colleague say, "They don't pay me to like the kids." Her response: "Kids don't learn from people they don't like.'" A rousing call to educators to believe in their students and actually connect with them on a real, human, personal level.

Annabel is going to be a sophomore in high school this fall. She attended ALP this summer to develop her phonological and visual-motor processing with application to reading, spelling, and writing. She was willing to share her enthusiasm for what she gained by making this video. Thank you, Annabel!