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“Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and diligence.”
~Abigail Adams

No Tears Tutoring wants you to know about and take advantage of all the great educational resources offered.  Many are discussed in our e-Newsletter or on Facebook.  Some of them are included here. If you want to recommend another resource,  just contact us by email or on our convenient contact page.

Khan Academy  Created by Sal Khan, formerly an arbitrage specialist, this site is completely free (donations are welcome, but voluntary). Sal has a great approach to teaching. A little goofy sometimes, but well worth it: He helps students find the intuition–not just the answers.

Khan Academy has teamed up with the College Board to help students prepare for the new SATs.  And Sal has written an amazing book, The One World School House,  laying out his vision for education in the future.

For more on dyslexia (and dyscalculia, a learning disability in math), check out the Dyslexia Association of America and the  International Dyslexia Association.

The Learning Disabilities Association of America provides expert resources and other material dealing with ADHD and much more.

A great organization for children, parents, teachers, and others affected by learning differences, Understood deals with a wide range of issues. Here is a test to assess whether you have dyslexia.

Overview of College Resources for Students with Disabilities  

Advocating for Students on the Autism Spectrum

Guide to Helping Kids with Autism Sleep Better

One of our favorite resources is Ted Ed. Here’s one on music and the brain.
Barbara Oakley, professor at the University of California~Irvine, teaches a great course via Coursera. Here is a TedEx talk she gave in 2014.

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