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SXU's Meg Carroll presents at area schools and writes for the Learning Disabilities Association of America Website

Date:11/01/2016

Saint Xavier University (SXU) School of Education (SOE) Professor Meg Carroll, Ed.D., developed a calendar of activities for young children and their parents; the calendar appears on the Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDAA) website and offers learning activities appropriate for young children with learning disabilities. Prof. Carroll is chair of the National Early Childhood Committee for LDAA and developed the calendar for October, Learning Disabilities Awareness Month. In addition, she presented two Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) sessions for area teachers at the SXU STEM Center in Driehaus. On Monday, Oct. 17, the "Fruits of Fall" session included learning about fall fruits and vegetables, examining the appearance of several fall fruits and experimenting with the engineering challenge of packing easily bruised pears for shipping. On Monday, Oct. 24, the "Stuck on Adhesives" session included testing the comparable strength of various adhesives, learning about how adhesives are made, viewing adhesive tape under microscope magnification, and devising experiments related to adhesives and children's literature about adhesives. On Thursday, Oct. 20, Prof. Carroll joined a panel of two staff members from Mercy Home for Girls talking to teachers who serve these girls and young women about the way that these females have experienced trauma, how that trauma may influence how the students respond in school, and effective means for addressing behavior. On Monday, Oct. 31, she presented to teachers from Saint Joseph Elementary and Saint Edward High School in Elgin about English Language Learners and effectively meeting their learning needs.


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