Alumni Spotlight with Gretel Coleman

Gretel Coleman graduated from Eagle Hill in 2003. She received her Bachelor's degree in special education from Lynchburg College and her Master's degree from Bankstreet College in New York City. After getting her Master's, she came back and taught at Eagle Hill for two years.

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Classroom Coping Skills for Students with Dyslexia

Dyslexia is statistically the most common learning difference in the world, with one in every five people showing symptoms. With so many people dealing with dyslexia, there is a great need for effective therapies and coping skills.

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Books from the Speaker Series at Eagle Hill School

With the holiday season around the corner, sometimes the greatest gift can be a good read. We’ve assembled this reading guide of books by our previous Speakers to inspire your reading (or shopping) list.

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Alumni Spotlight with Juhnun Oh

Juhnun Oh, Eagle Hill Class of 1999, lives in Ottawa, Ontario Canada, and is the Deputy Supervisor in security for a government/private building. Prior to his current position, Juhnun was a teacher in Seoul, Korea for nine years and even hosted a TEDx Talk at his school titled, “The Three Ps of Passion.” Juhnun is also the father of two young boys!

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What is Dysgraphia?

Dysgraphia is a learning difference that can impact a child's ability to write. While dysgraphia can be diagnosed at any age, it is most often identified in elementary school-aged children. Symptoms of dysgraphia can include difficulty with spelling, trouble putting thoughts into words, and illegible handwriting.

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How Children with Learning Differences Can Benefit from Artistic Expression

Parents of children with learning differences might wonder about creative ways for their children to express themselves and learn how to develop written and verbal communication skills without unnecessary pressure.

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Alumni Spotlight with Matthew Roach

Matthew Roach, Eagle Hill Class of 1982, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from the University of Central Florida and later graduated from Brooklyn Law School.

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Classroom Coping Skills for Kids with Dysgraphia

Do you remember learning to write your name for the first time? Forming every letter was a labor that required the utmost concentration and focus. It would take years before writing those few simple letters in the correct order became automatic.

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What is Executive Dysfunction?

Up to 90% of people with ADHD struggle with executive dysfunction. While ADHD is one of the most common causes of executive dysfunction, many people with other conditions and learning differences also struggle with it. Is your child one of them?

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Alumni Spotlights with Rebecca & Julia Karnani

Here at Eagle Hill, we’re immensely proud of our students—past, present, and future. Most did not have their needs met in their previous school and felt defeated by a system that couldn’t lift them up.

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