Learning to Learn Supports Students through ZoomOct 26, 2020 10:39AM ● By Marilee Burrell
Dr. Erica Warren and her colleague Nancy Platt Dawud, educational therapists and executive functioning coaches at Learning to Learn, have expanded their practices to include multisensory Zoom sessions to help support students of all abilities.
“The pandemic has forced students and teachers into a whole new way of learning and approaching school,” Warren says. “Many students are struggling—with technology, academic content, organization and even motivation. This is the perfect time to overcome challenges and difficulties as well as build new habits, routines and skills.”
For more than 20 years, Learning to Learn has empowered learners of all ages and abilities through individualized, strategy-based sessions and remediation. By crafting a unique program designed specifically for each student, Warren and Dawud implement a wide variety of methods to build confidence, promote academic independence and help students rekindle a love for learning.
“We are not tutors, but more like personal trainers for the brain, for older students, and magicians that teach tricks for learning, for our younger students,” Dawud says. “Helping each student discover compensatory strategies that maximize their learning potential is our priority.”
Together, Warren and Dawud offer multisensory academic support in all subjects; executive functioning coaching; reading and spelling remediation using the Orton Gillingham, Whole Word or Structured Word Inquiry approach; study-skills training; cognitive remedial therapy; and mindfulness and metacognitive practices.
Location: Learning to Learn, 100 Executive Blvd. Ste. 203, Ossining, NY. To schedule a consultation, call 914.923.7270. For more info, visit LearningToLearn.biz.