Carroll D. Killingsworth

Inherent Strengths emerge when a child's
INTEREST is discovered.
Carroll D. Killingsworth

The word EDUCATE means to bring out that which is within.
Teacher's first priority -- bring out the Special Strengths
within each student.


Famous people with learning disabilities:
Walt Disney
Pablo Picasso
George Bernard Shaw

University Professors

Classroom Teachers

Model One: Recognizing Special Strengths
Model Two: Rebel Outlaws in Class
Model Three: Masters of Motivation
Model Four:
Power Of Writing

Good Teachers - Success Secrets
Ten Secrets to Success
Slow Learners with Inherent Strengths
TOP TEN ­ Rewards of Teaching

Order the BOOK: Gifts of All Children


Ways to Participate With MOM Projects


Teachers who have a history of good relationships with their students want to give back to the profession. The memory of students who were eager to learn is a legacy that nourishes lifelong good feelings. Students who were appreciative for having been taught lingers and sustains the teacher. This legacy beckons teachers to give something back to students of the future. The MOM web site concept provides this opportunity. Here is how:

may print out and use MOM web site pages as hand outs which serve as inservice discussion instruments with teachers, counselors, administrators and PTA organizations.

may serve as a spokesperson for the Special Strengths concept, contact professionals in other areas and invite them to participate.

may write articles on MOM web site subjects and send them for publication in newspapers, newsletters and bulletins.

may embrace the Special Strengths concept and become a volunteer or paid consultant to speak at education events.

may write a book giving your personal experiences related to the need to teach the Special Strengths concept.

may choose other ways to participate as you have insight and feel the need to contribute from you individual perspective.


Carroll D. Killingsworth


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