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Dr. Carolyn Nooks Teague Provides Activities for Mitigating Children’s Disabilities and Building Resilience

Dr. Teague’s book is a must-read for parents and teachers looking to invest in their children’s future.

San Diego, California, USA – WEBWIRE

This book gives readers an enlightened approach to learning by tapping into Dr. Teague’s experience and research into the whole child.

ReadersMagnet publishes Dr. Carolyn Nooks Teague’s educational child development book, “Three Dimensions of Learning: Where Resiliency and the Whole Child Rule,” which shares the belief that a child’s physical and mental development requires attending to their physiological, psychological, social, and spiritual requirements.

Strengthening a child’s resiliency and identifying undiagnosed conditions like vision dysfunction, sensory processing disorder, gender confusion, and post-traumatic stress disorder are important to their survival. Children will learn to accept their limitations and build resilience through this book’s targeted activities and exercises.
Dr. Teague investigates the “brain-body” relationship between early childhood development and formal education. She suggests parents should help their kids become more resilient so they’ll be ready for the real world when they leave home.

This book provides educators with the knowledge they need to recognize the signs of invisible disabilities in their students. Dr. Teague presents research on how the brain learns and how taking this into consideration in the classroom might benefit students.

Anyone who wants to improve their grasp of how the mind works and become a better parent, educator, or administrator can get a copy of Dr. Carolyn Nooks Teague’s “Three Dimensions of Learning: Where Resiliency and the Whole Child Rule” on ReadersMagnet, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.

Three Dimensions of Learning: Where Resiliency and the Whole Child Rule
Author | Dr. Carolyn Nooks Teague
Genre | Education, Parenting, Child Development
Publisher | ReadersMagnet
Published date | June 3, 2022

Dr. Carolyn Nooks Teague holds a doctorate in Educational Leadership focusing on Brain-Compatible-Learning. She is a retired elementary teacher who taught for thirty years combined in public and private schools in Cincinnati and Chicago. In addition to being an elementary teacher, Dr. Teague served as the director of a preschool and an adjunct college professor. She was trained as a vision therapist under Dr. David Muth, a Behavioral Optometrist from Cincinnati, Ohio, and practiced vision therapy in the classroom and in private practice.

Dr. Teague began her teaching career in Chicago at Bryn Mawr Elementary. Little did she know that the future first lady of the United States of America, Michelle Robinson Obama, was attending that same school as a kindergartener. She left Bryn Mawr to teach at Wadsworth Elementary, where she volunteered to be part of The Woodland Experimental Schools Project, a program designed to work with the community in support of inner city school children.”

While there, she was introduced to the hidden disability of Vision Dysfunction and the therapy used to treat it by Dr. Robert Johnson and Dr. Henry Moore, developmental optometrists and directors of the Plano Child Development Center. This experience opened her eyes to the many dimensions of children and how they learn.

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