N T Nature: Helping Those with a Neurodiversity Enjoy Learning Again (updated) Part I

1 – Written BY Tricia Cook, MEd., RSP, AOG, Montessorian; https://tcooktutoring.instabio.cc; https://www.amazon.com/author/myelbert Introduction To Nurture Their NatureMY ELBERT: EVERYONE LEARNS BETTER EMBRACING REVOLUTIONARY TEACHING IS The first Specialized Online Coaching Curriculum. I’ve spent the last 25 years perfecting an alternative, holistic approach to correcting learning differences, including, but not limited to, Dyslexia and Neurodevelopmental differencesContinue reading “N T Nature: Helping Those with a Neurodiversity Enjoy Learning Again (updated) Part I”

My Elbert: Healing and Neurodiversity

Neuroplasticity allows the neurons (nerve cells) in the brain to compensate for injury and disease and to adjust their activities in response to new situations or to changes in their environment” (Definition of Neuroplasticity, 2020). Also, I’m needing to mention developmental trauma and learning something new, switching content and context frequently!! Trauma is an emotionalContinue reading “My Elbert: Healing and Neurodiversity”

A Neutral State, calm delight or at “peace” when learning under stress, of equanimity of the structures and interacting areas of the limbic system are involved in learning such as motivation/meaning (Atonement- Will), emotion (Attunement), and memory (Autonomy). The limbic system is where the subcortical structures meet the cerebral cortex. … The limbic system alsoContinue reading

My Elbert & My Testimony written by Tricia Cook

 “The Opening” Due to learning with trauma and learning struggles, I had a troubled heart, possibly because of my own anger and shame as well as it being intergenerational…till age 42, To Him Be ALL THE GLORY !   From my childhood, I had heard so many negative comments that I felt like…I couldn’t doContinue reading “My Elbert & My Testimony written by Tricia Cook”

My Elbert: Neurodiversity & Responsive System Dissociation (RSD)

After twenty-five years of being in education, I provide tutoring, consulting, and coaching  on dyslexia and other neurodevelopmental differences. Over the last 15 years, I’ve observed an increasing amount  of affective,  behavioral, sensorial, cognitive, physical, mental, and spiritual  difficulties and differences due to learning with trauma along with an increased number of children being medicated,Continue reading “My Elbert: Neurodiversity & Responsive System Dissociation (RSD)”

My Elbert: Neurodiversity & Transpersonal Self

1 – Written BY Tricia Cook, MEd., RSP, AOG: Montessorian Read Section 1 First Here Where learning is concerned, the “whole person” is important because people are different and so many learn and think differently. My neuropedagogy allows neuroscience, psychology, psychopathology, holism, Evangelical theology, and education to come into an authentic practice. It really looksContinue reading “My Elbert: Neurodiversity & Transpersonal Self”

My Elbert: Neurodiversity & Emotions

Brain networks of attention arise in infancy and are related to individual differences, including pathology during childhood. Methods of training attention may improve performance and ameliorate pathology. Retrieved from https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27552068/. “There is research on longitudinal and reciprocal relations among behavioral sleep problems and emotional and attentional self-regulation in a population sample of 4,109 children participatingContinue reading “My Elbert: Neurodiversity & Emotions”

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Oh, Good Golly: Capturing Language in Students with Dyslexia from a Montessori Perspective

Oh, Good Golly: Capturing Language in Students  with Dyslexia from a Montessori Perspective (Cook, T., 2020)   Reliability: 1) Using Nine Components of Literacy Intervention Defined for Alabama’s Students with Dyslexia. 2) Added one more component called, Sound Word Knowledge. 3) Lastly, I tested and have proven in my own independent teaching/tutoring interactions with dyslexia.Continue reading “Oh, Good Golly: Capturing Language in Students with Dyslexia from a Montessori Perspective”

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