Misty Clack's Educational Therapy

Misty Clack's Educational Therapy Misty Clack's Educational Therapy offers customized educational support for students that learn differently. Misty Clack's Educational Therapy offers customized educational support in the areas of: Reading Reading Comprehension Phonemic Awareness Written Expression Mathematics Social Skills Misty received her Master’s Degree in Special Education from Texas Woman’s University and is a Texas certified Educational Diagnostician.
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Misty has nineteen years of professional experience in working with students with learning differences. Misty has held positions in both academic and administrative settings. Misty is experienced in working with a variety of learning differences including, but not limited to, dyslexia, reading, writing and math processing difficulties, and Asperger’s Syndrome. Misty is trained in multisensory reading strategies such as the Orton-Gillingham program from the Institute of Multisensory Education. Misty has experience in the Touch Math and America’s Phonics programs. Misty looks forward to providing a variety of educational tools and skills to help overcome academic obstacles. Misty’s years of teaching and diagnostic experience will help students succeed both in the classroom and in life. Dyslexia Intervention: Tutors utilize the time-tested Orton-Gillingham method of reading instruction and hold advanced degrees. The intervention provided is a revised and expanded multisensory approach that provides students the opportunity for success and benefits every learner. The intervention covers the essential five components of a Structured Literacy program as stipulated by the International Dyslexia Association. Phonemic Awareness Phonics Vocabulary Development Fluency Comprehension Strategies Systematic and Sequential Explicit instruction in these key areas is given, while utilizing and strengthening all learning pathways through our unique multi-sensory approach emphasizing visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning styles. Tutors will provide ongoing assessment and progress monitoring tools necessary to quickly and continuously evaluate each student’s individual needs. Practical Life Applications - This course requires 75 hours of work or internship hours to build the knowledge, skills and self-confidence to be successful in higher education, in the workplace and life. The course focuses on the areas of home ownership (maintenance, utilities, mortgages, taxes etc.), auto ownership, computer applications, advanced personal finance, and executive functioning and problem solving in the real world. As the final examination, students are required to complete two college applications, including applying for financial aid

Mission: Helping students that learn differently.

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33 Ways to Get Things Done—Consistently

Seemingly small changes can bring big improvements.

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We know kids miss their friends, so help them stay social and connected during virtual school with these tips and ideas.
11/18/2020
How To Help Kids Stay Social While In Virtual School

We know kids miss their friends, so help them stay social and connected during virtual school with these tips and ideas.

We know kids miss their friends, so help them stay social and connected during virtual school with these tips and ideas.

11/16/2020
I’m not just “bad at math,” and I’m not too “right-brained.” I have dyscalculia.
11/14/2020
Opinion | Not just bad at math: 10 things to know about dyscalculia

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Staff columnist Dalia Maeroff explains what it’s like to have dyscalculia, a specific learning difficulty that impacts an individual’s abilities in mathematical reasoning.

Speaker Series: Discussions with Dr. RonDeveloping A Family Routine During COVID Times, Videogaming's ImpactWednesday, N...
11/12/2020
Discussions with Dr. Ron: Developing A Family Routine During COVID Times, Videogaming's Impact | Fusion Academy

Speaker Series: Discussions with Dr. Ron
Developing A Family Routine During COVID Times, Videogaming's Impact

Wednesday, November 18th
12pm - 1pm
Virtual Meeting Via Zoom (click the link)

Please join us free webinar as Dr. Ron Swatzyna, PHD,
LCSW discusses the impact of videogaming and the family routine during unprecedented times.

Q&A will be available.

You won't want to miss Dr. Ron Swatzyna the brain expert! Dr. Swatzyna is a certified brain injury specialist, board certified in neurotherapy, and board certified in biofeedback. He will empower you with all the information you will need to make it a healthy and happy school year.

Sponsored by ADDA, Fusion Academy, Houston Hub, and Houston Neurscience Brain Center

Learn about our Discussions with Dr. Ron: Developing A Family Routine During COVID Times, Videogaming's Impact event at Fusion Houston Galleria campus. Fusion Academy is a private school that focuses on personalized learning to help middle and high school students reach their full potential.

11/09/2020
What Parents Need to Know About Social Media and Anxiety | Common Sense Media

Without conclusive research to back up claims that social media causes anxiety -- and some evidence to show it's beneficial -- it's up to you to keep tabs on how your kid's doing.

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Neuroscientists, psychologists and meditation experts offered advice about the big and small things you can do to calm d...
11/07/2020
Peak Anxiety? Here Are 10 Ways to Calm Down

Neuroscientists, psychologists and meditation experts offered advice about the big and small things you can do to calm down. Here are 10 things you can try to release anxiety, gain perspective and gird yourself for whatever comes next.

If the one-two punch of pandemic stress and election stress feels like more than you can handle, try these tips to help you cope.

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10/30/2020
This year has been tough on many. Hear one person’s appreciation of their daydreaming  ADHD mind.
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Daydreaming: The Quarantine Escape For My ADHD Brain

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Daydreaming is a quarantine pastime that has provided some relief for my cooped up ADHD brain. Elements of my childhood bedroom evoke memories that transport me to far away places and a pandemic-free world.

Toronto's ASD Band Looks To Raise Autism Awareness By ExampleThe band has been releasing the songs — all covers of class...
10/26/2020
Toronto's ASD Band Looks To Raise Autism Awareness By Example

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The band has been releasing the songs — all covers of classic pop songs — onto online streaming platforms like Spotify throughout October, Canada's Autism Awareness Month. They've also dropped merchandise, designed by 21-year-old Adam Barkworth from the U.K., who is also on the spectrum.

All the members of the Toronto-based ASD Band are on the Autism Spectrum. This month, they've been dropping new covers of songs each week in celebration of Canada's Autism Awareness Month.

10 Great Books About ADHD. From just being diagnosed to living with ADHD as an adult.
10/23/2020
Turn the Page: 10 Great Books About ADHD

10 Great Books About ADHD. From just being diagnosed to living with ADHD as an adult.

Investigating symptoms? Just diagnosed? Want to learn everything you can about ADHD? Start with these definitive books from leading ADD experts.

Two technology anchor charts for home or the classroom. You man make your own or print these!
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Two technology anchor charts for home or the classroom. You man make your own or print these!

Check out all these great printable masks! Perfect for a Halloween alternative.
10/21/2020
Read Aloud - Downloads

Check out all these great printable masks! Perfect for a Halloween alternative.

10/20/2020
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10/19/2020
The Oldest Student: How Mary Walker Learned to Read

The Oldest Student: How Mary Walker Learned to Read

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Imagine learning to read at the age of 116! Discover the true story of Mary Walker, the nation's oldest student who did just that, in this picture book from a Caldecott Honor-winning illustrator and a rising star author. In 1848, Mary Walker was born into slavery. At age 15, she was freed, and by ag...

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A good resource for covering internet safety and fake news. Be internet awesome! Helping kids be safe, confident explore...
10/07/2020
Be Internet Awesome

A good resource for covering internet safety and fake news.

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Be internet smart, alert, strong, kind and brave.

Be Internet Awesome is a multifaceted program that includes a fun and free web-based game called Interland and an educational curriculum to teach kids how to be safe and responsible explorers of the online world.

Allows students to type directly onto any worksheet using the SnapType app.
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SnapType App for Occupational Therapy

Allows students to type directly onto any worksheet using the SnapType app.

A simple way to complete any school worksheet on your iPad or Tablet

National PTA's Reflections program encourages students in pre-K through grade 12 to explore and be involved in the arts....
10/03/2020
Reflections

National PTA's Reflections program encourages students in pre-K through grade 12 to explore and be involved in the arts.

The theme for the 2020-2021 school year is I Matter Because. Thousands of students will reflect on the theme and create original works of art in the categories of dance choreography, film production, music composition, literature, photography and visual arts.

Richardson ISD Council of PTAs - Richardson ISD, TX

12 Videos for Teaching Kids About FriendshipHere are 12 friendship videos that use compassion, wisdom, and humor to tack...
10/02/2020
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Learning how to be a good friend may be the most important thing we teach them.

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09/30/2020
Energetic achiever among the “Faces of the Future”

ADHD success story!

“My teachers didn’t understand ADHD,” said O’Hara of her childhood educational problems. With time, she learned to manage her disability and even thrive, but her difficulties led to empathy for others in similar situations and, eventually, to a degree in social work.”

Anne O’Hara ’20 is a summa cm laude graduate of Radford University with a host of academic distinctions and a resume packed with community and academic engagement. But her early years in school didn’t necessarily foreshadow her extraordinary success.

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09/29/2020
The Body-Brain Connection: How Fidgeting Sharpens Focus

“Our ADHD brains aren’t our most reliable asset — allowing distractions to break our focus. But what if there were strategies that could prime our brains beyond “just trying harder”?”

Research shows that physical activity — even a little foot-tapping or gum chewing — increases levels of the neurotransmitters in the brain that control focus and attention. Learn how a subtle fidget may help block out distractions, fight boredom, and increase productivity.

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Dallas, TX
75248

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Monday 09:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 18:00
Thursday 09:00 - 18:00
Friday 09:00 - 18:00

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