Kathy Kuhl did not plan to homeschool her son: getting him along with off his homework to school was hard enough. But after years hoping to help him succeed in school despite his learning difficulties, they started to homeschool in 1997.
After Colleges for grades 4-12, Kathy interviewed 64 parents who also homeschooled students with learning struggles to create Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner, a handbook for parents or anyone helping a kid with learning challenges.
Next, she composed Staying Sane as You Homeschool: Assessing Your Priorities, a short book for many parents. If she had been competent to write on this subject, she did not ask her children.
Struggling learners want help to keep going, but so do many other children. Her third book, Encouraging Your Child, is a guide about the best way best to promote 20, for all parents.
In http://www.learndifferently.com/ you can contact the author, sign up for the newsletter, browse and subscribe to your own blog, request a consultation, and find resources for anyone helping struggling learners.
At William and Mary, Kathy earned teaching certificates in math and English. She taught junior high in computers and Chevy Chase in Peru and Virginia.
Because her son graduated, she helps new and veteran homeschoolers, offering telephone consultations and workshops internationally. She helps lead teams in Virginia. She loves traveling, reading, and hiking.
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