Supporting Students With Learning Disabilities for Success

Supporting Students With Learning Disabilities for Success is the first eLearning module designed and developed by PERFORMEX and is available now for any individual or organization.

Right now you can preview an excerpt from the module by:

  1. Trying out the interactive demo.
  2. Checking out the photo gallery.

Experience how this eLearning module will help you and your colleagues to support the students in your school, district, and province who are capable of learning-- and whose "differently wired" (Armstrong, 2012) brains equip them with strengths that can be leveraged to overcome obstacles to learning and to learn in different ways.


Click the Contact button if you would like more information on the module or to schedule a meeting to view all of the slides.


Packages for Individuals & Small Groups

With a few quick clicks, you'll have access to "expertise in a box." This engaging, interactive, multimedia module also comes with a Participant Guide.  Your guide will serve as the bridge between your learning during this module and the application of that learning back in your classroom.  As you progress through the module, your guide will support you with capturing and organizing your learning, serving as a reference later on.  At the end of the module, your Participant Guide will step you through the creation of two real-world products that will assist you with communicating with parents and implementing new knowledge and interventions to support your students with learning disabilities when you return to your classroom.


Packages for Larger Organizations 

In addition to the eLearning module and Participant Guide, packages for larger groups include:

  • 8 hours of customization
  • Performance-focused reaction survey


What's Next?

PERFORMEX will be offering more modules on timely topics to assist you with maximizing performance in the workplace.

Armstrong, T. (2012, October). First, discover their strengths.Educational Leadership. Retrieved from http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-