|High School Issues for Struggling Learners||Vol. 106, Prg. 16–20|
August 8–12, 2011
If you are concerned about how to adjust high school homeschooling for your struggling learner, or whether you can grant your special needs student a “normal” high school diploma, this week is for you! Faith Berens, HSLDA Special Needs Consultant, joins host Mike Smith on Home School Heartbeat to address practical questions and provide encouragement for homeschoolers with struggling learners or special needs students in high school.
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Faith Berens holds a master’s degree in reading from Shenandoah University. She has 13 years of teaching experience in both public and private Christian schools, serving as a classroom teacher, Reading Recovery® teacher, reading specialist, and educational therapist. Her areas of expertise are early childhood literacy, reading assessment, and the identification and remediation of reading difficulties. Faith joined the HSLDA team of Special Needs Coordinators in 2008 and homeschools her own children, as well as works as a private educational consultant, evaluator, and tutor. Some of her passions include reading for pleasure, singing, traveling, nature/science, leading Bible studies, and teaching reading to primary age children. Faith lives in Stephens City with her husband Matthew, daughter Hailey, and son Hayden.
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