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Local Learning Centre’s Work Goes Global

Press Release Sept. 17:  Maloney Method program featured at Copenhagen Social Research Conference The Maloney Method teaching system was featured this month at a major European social research conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. Dr. Robert Flynn of U of Ottawa presented a study on the effects of training foster parents to tutor foster children in reading…

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Teach Your Children Well Book Bits Interview

     The Teach Your Children Well   Book Bits Interview. Michael Maloney’s first book, Teach Your Children Well  is an award-winning, best –seller and is becoming a classic in its field. The book describes the causes and effects of illiteracy in North America.   Lots of books do that. Michael’s book differs from the pack in…

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If your child is struggling with reading, watch this.

Lots of parents are confused because their children struggle with reading. This video will show you why the problem exists. http://www.childrenofthecode.org/Tour/c3/dysteachia.htm#! Take 5 minutes and learn what works and what does not.

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Teaching Literacy Skills to Underprivileged Children, Rotary Style

Becoming the Chair of the Literacy Committtee Four years ago I was voluntold to become the founding Chair of the Literacy Committee of my local Belleville Rotary club by our then incoming District Govenor, Linda Ryder. I formed a committee and implemented a literacy project prescribed by that year’s Rotary International president, Wilf Wilkinson. Despite…

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Aug
08

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Teaching Literacy in the Slums of Bangladesh: The Amarok Society

Looking for real Canadian heroes? Try this! Meeting Tanyss and GEM Munro and their Family Three years ago, I made the acquaintance of Tanyss and GEM Munro and their family. They were doing a cross-Canada book tour, had stopped in Belleville and had left a copy of their book at our public library. The librarian, who…

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Aug
01

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