Tina S. Kramer
While teaching in the traditional classroom I had students that were clearly intelligent but not doing well academically and/or socially.
I discovered a world of Learning Differences, not disabilities. However, they struggled with symptoms that are typically referred to as Autism and ADD/ADHD. Each individual had a unique story. Their challenges included: limited focus, anxiety, overwhelm, loneliness and low self-esteem.
Their strengths included: visual-spatial learner and an AMAZING imagination that could be experienced as reality.
I have created a program that uses their strengths to overcome their challenges. Using guided visualizations to learn key concepts that support their learning differences.