Learning differences

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People ask where do learning differences come from and there are labels such as, learning disabilities or dyslexia or attention deficit disorder. Every single human being has a matrix of skills. Somethings they're really efficient at, some they're medium at and some they're inefficient at. And that is just being a human being. And so if we can just understand how we learn, if we can understand what the mathematics problem or the writing skill is needed and then we can also say this child is really strong in their memory skills or not, then we can teach so that you can learn almost everything. It's understanding what you have to learn, how the brain works and how as a teacher can I create a combination of all of those skills to really have a successful learning experience for every person.

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Sasha Borenstein

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Sasha Borenstein has lived and worked in Los Angeles since she went to UCLA for her undergraduate work. She spent one year in Israel, half a year in Japan, and performed graduate work at Teachers' College Columbia. Sasha started the Kelter Center 34 years ago - her goal being that every student, child, adolescent, adult be able to learn how to learn and to maximize their potential as learners and human beings. 

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