Students who have identified their personal learning style are aware of how they access and process information, engage with content, and express what they know. Once they discover how they learn best, they will acquire the confidence and executive function they will need to direct not only their learning environment, but ultimately their careers, and their lives as adults.
Taking the Highlands Ability Battery to identify students’ preferences for how they take in, process, and recall information is the starting place from which a student can make informed decisions. This will enable him, or her, to become an independent, self-directed and confident learner who is prepared for college and career.
As a licensed School Psychologist, Robyn Jackson, Ed.S. has over 16 years of experience working in the public schools. As a seasoned psychologist, she has helped hundreds of individuals grow, thrive and better understand their abilities in order to succeed academically, socially, and emotionally.
As a Speech-Language Pathologist, Kristi Windish has worked with children and their families in educational and clinical settings. Over a 20-year span she has evaluated the communication skills of children, interpreted the results and guided their teachers and parents through treatment strategies.
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