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  • Richmond, VA, USA
  • Richmond, VA, USA

16 Strategies to Help Learners Who Do Not Use Correct Verb Tenses While Writing

Are you looking for strategies to help students who do not use correct verb tenses while writing? If so, keep reading. 1. Give the student examples of verb tenses for those verbs most commonly used incorrectly, and have the student keep the examples for reference. 2. Create a list of those verbs the student mostContinue reading

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15 Ways to Teach Learners to Correctly Form Letters While Writing

Are you looking for ways to teach students to correctly form letters while writing? If so, keep reading. 1. To enable appropriate holding of a pencil, put colored tape on portions of the pencil to correspond to finger positions. Then put colored tape on the student’s fingernails and have the student match colors. 2. GiveContinue reading

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15 Strategies to Help Learners Who Cannot Form Letters Correctly While Writing

Are you looking for strategies to help students who cannot form letters correctly while writing? If so, keep reading. 1. Make sure the student is instructed in each letter formation, giving the student oral as well as physical descriptions and demonstrations. 2. Give the student physical prompts by moving the student’s hand, giving them aContinue reading

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22 Ways to Help Learners Who Leave Out or Change Words While Writing

Are you looking for ways to help students who leave out or change words while writing? If so, keep reading. 1. Get the student to write a daily log or diary expressing thoughts in finished sentences. 2. Create a list of the student’s most common omissions, additions, and substitutions and have them refer to theContinue reading

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22 Strategies to Help Learners Who Leave Out or Change Words While Writing

Are you looking for strategies to help students who leave out or change words while writing? If so, keep reading. 1. Assess the level of task difficulty to ascertain whether the student will require additional information, time, assistance, etc., before assigning a task. 2. Support the student in writing information. As the student shows success,Continue reading

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About me

Matthew Lynch

CEO, Lynch Consulting Group

My career includes significant experience at multiple institutions where I have designed solutions that span the entire P-20 student life cycle.

As a full-time faculty member at Widener University, I assisted with the Center for Education's accreditation efforts. As a department chair at Langston University, I handled course development, scheduling, and evaluations. I also made adjustments each semester to promote improved results. I used data to realign class schedules and restore enrollments through a phased approach for attaining degrees and certificates.

We completely revamped the coursework, which brought our curriculum into the 21st century. We also lowered the number of semester hours required to graduate from all our programs in order to make them more marketable and place them in line with the rest of the state and private universities in Oklahoma.

When I began as Dean of the School of Education, Psychology and Social Work at Virginia Union, the graduation rate among teacher education majors was abysmal. By the end of my second year, we had increased the number of teacher education graduates by 433%. In spring 2015, we launched the university’s first academic graduate program - the Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction.

My research-related activities are concentrated into three major areas: school reform, closing the achievement gap and improved teacher education.

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