How to Make Virtual Lessons Even Better for your Students

How to Make Virtual Lessons Even Better for your Students Written by Cheri Dotterer September 4, 2020 It has been a wild and crazy week in the Dysgraphia Consultant office. I realized that although I’ve been working extremely hard to share ideas with you, my posts are...

You’re using paper wrong. Here’s how to fix it.

You’re using paper wrong. Here’s how to fix it. Written by Cheri Dotterer April 23, 2020 Paper. Paper position. Paper type. Paper with lines. Paper without lines. Construction paper. Cardstock. Colored paper. Cardboard. Texture.   Have you ever thought of so many...

Have you ever helped a student play the recorder?

Have you ever helped a student play the recorder? Written by Cheri Dotterer February 10, 2020 I have a third-grade student in one of my cyber schools. Mom asked me if I knew anything about music. Well, yes. I know the basics of Music Theory. How would I translate them...

“I’m not doing that!”

Blog Written by Cheri Dotterer November 21, 2019 What is causing the “I’m not doing that” response in students? Kids are innately adult pleasers who want to meet the expectations of the adults around them. It’s the wear and tear of everyday struggles that changes...

OT MONTH Has arrived

Welcome to OT Month! April has fast come upon us. Many OT practioners are enjoying themselves in sunny NOLA. Enjoy AOTA Conference! Meanwhile, I am sitting at home hiding under my blanket trying to keep warm on this dreary Friday. Anyway, have you ever hear of...

Accomodating Division

In Facebook several weeks ago, a mom put her child’s work on a post.  This post was different than many that I see.  Many are crying for help. This one demonstrated a technique that helps accommodate visual-spatial and memory dysgraphia and dyscalculia. Mom realized...