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by Dr Samantha Hornery, Education ManagerIt's so important to be prepared for a parent-teacher interview. It's usually a short period of time and the meeting can fly by before you’ve had a chance to ask any real questions about your child to truly understand how they're going at school and coping with class work.Here are our suggestions for some key questions Read more

By Renee Irving-Lee, Children’s Book Author © 2018 Learning LinksIn its simplest terms, learned helplessness can be defined as when a child learns over an extended period of time that they are helpless, powerless and unable. Children develop learned helplessness after Read more

 Mark Onslow, University of Sydney. Starting school can be daunting for any child. Often it is the first excursion into the world without parent contact. The teacher is a new person in the child’s life, who, among many other things, is a daytime caregiver.For a child who stutters, the school years can be a wonderfully supportive experience. However, those Read more

We use highly qualified and experienced experts in their field to provide you with the most current industry knowledge and standards. Our experts will add to your existing knowledge and skills to build capacity in your work with children.We provide professional learning for teachers, early childhood staff and psychologists. Supporting teachers By providing NESA Read more

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a term used to describe difficulties with inattention and or hyperactivity-impulsivity that impacts daily life. ADHD commences in childhood and characteristics are present before the age of 12 years. Difficulties with inattention and or hyperactivity-impulsivity occur in more than one setting eg. at home and school. Coping with Attention Read more

This article by Rick Lavoie was written with the American school system in mind. Despite the cultural differences, he makes some interesting observations about relationships between parents and teachers. Rick talks about the years he has spent working with parents and drawing on this experience, the article does highlight areas where teachers in his view could improve. Learning Links employs many Read more

Learning Links has highly trained, experienced and committed professionals who support children with diverse additional needs to participate confidently in their community.Our professionals work together to ensure children and their families have access to the most appropriate advice and support for their needs.Our client service teams across education, therapy, psychology and preschool Read more

Learning Links has highly trained, experienced and committed professionals who support children with diverse additional needs to participate confidently in their community.Our professionals work together to ensure children and their families have access to the most appropriate advice and support for their needs.Our client service teams across education, therapy, psychology and preschool Read more