No two people share the same strengths and weaknesses. In fact, each individual has his or her own unique ways of learning. While education continually searches for the best group approach to learning, individuals with contrasting needs are often neglected and learning can become an unpleasant experience. At Learning to Learn, it's not a matter of fitting a student into a program; it's creating a unique, individualized program for each learner that empowers and kindles confidence, independence and a love for learning. Dr. Warren offers:
Multisensory instruction in reading, writing, math and other subjects
Memory strategies and executive functioning coaching
Study skills training
Remedial reading using an Orton Gillingham approach.
Multisensory and remedial writing
Multitsensory and remedial math
Metacognition and mindfulness
Cognitive remedial exercises/therapy
Academic and life coaching
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
Help with assistive technology on phones, tablets and computers.
A Message from Dr. Warren
“My true purpose is to help disempowered spirits rekindle joy in the learning process. All my students know that if theirlessons with me are not fun, I'm not doing my job. I'm not a tutor, but a personal trainer for the brain (for my older students) and a magician that teaches tricks for learning (for my younger students). Helping each of my clients to maximize theirlearning potential is a priority, and I do this by teaching them the most effective ways to process information based on their own particular ways of learning. In addition, I help to remediate areas of cognitive weakness, teach metacognitive skills and help students navigate around difficulties by using their own strengths and passions. If sessions can be turned into a game, I will make the deck of cards or game board. Much of it, however, is all in the presentation. For example, I never give homework. I only give "home fun," and it is always optional. It's not "script" or "cursive," it's "roller-coaster letters." Writing soon becomes painting with words, reading is creating a movie in your head (at least for some students), and studying for tests or working on spelling is usually a blast as goofy memory strategies assist the encoding and retrieval process. I think you get the idea. I believe that everyone has their own genius qualities and it is my job and my pleasure to uncover them. I feel honored to have the chance to work one-on-one with each client and have developed some wonderful relationships. I look forward to meeting you!” - Erica Warren
Dr. Warren's many resources
Good Sensory Learning
This site offers all of Dr. Warren's multisensory lessons and cognitive remedial tools to parents and therapists, so they can offer comprehensive support to all learners.
If you need advice, materials, and resources for learners with dyslexia, Dyslexia Materials is a great site that offers a wealth of information.
Dr. Warren's blog
With over 500 posts, you can find free support, ideas, and advice by reading Dr. Warren's blog. Search the site to find answers to your specific questions. You can even request that Dr. Warren writes a blog on a specific topic!
Dr. Warren's Courses
Dr. Warren is continually creating courses so other specialists and even parents can learn about multisensory teaching methods, materials, and remedial approaches.
Dr. Warren's YouTube Channel
Here you can access Dr. Warren's many video blogs, video podcasts, technology suggestions and more.
Dr. Warren's Monthly Newsletter
Only once a month, Dr. Warren sends a newsletter that features her current news, blogs, promotions to her online stores, and more. You can sign up by CLICKING HERE
Learning to Learn
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