Carroll D. Killingsworth


When a person is read y to learn,
a teacher will appear.
Carroll D. Killingsworth

 




To Higher Intelligence

Teaching Strategies

Learning Strategies

Study Strategies

Test Preparations

Rewards of Teaching




Model One: Recognizing Inherent Strengths
Model Two: Rebel Outlaws in Class


Good Teachers - Success Secrets
Ten Secrets to Success
Slow Learners with Inherent Strengths

Teachers - Parents
How YOU can help:
Ways to Participate


Order the Book: Gifts of All Children



 


TOP TEN
Ways to Help Students to Read

Read together. Reading together creates a positive experience

Find an interest. Learn of student's interest and focus on that.

Play games of interest. Play games in spelling & reading - related to interest.

Help with homework. Helping with homework shows support and recognition.

Encourage and praise. Avoid criticizing. Do not micromanage.

Provide books related to interest. Help students choose books of interest.

Use technology. Provide computers, games and programmed learning.

Discuss the benefits of learning. Discuss the three guarantees of poverty:

Single teen pregnancy
Dropping out
Jail time

YOU may have other ways to help students learn to read?
YOU may have questions, comments or ideas?
Email: Carroll D. Killingsworth
ck/mk@comcast.net