Unlocking Each Student’s Potential For Academic Success
By Mel Fabrikant Tuesday, September 24, 2013, 06:06 PM EDT
Groundbreaking book teaches students and their parents how to earn higher grades, test scores, and become academic winners
Imagine being the bright, intelligent person that you are, but being unable to translate your intelligence into results. You know you’re capable of achieving great things, but to the outside world it looks as though you aren’t. This is how a student struggling, Dyslexic, ADD, ADHD or other students demonstrating educational difficulties feels, and we need these bright minds for the future of our country
Society and industry can’t count them out!
Called unable to succeed academically because of a Dyslexic diagnosis Barbara Dianis became one of the first known Dyslexic students to be admitted to study at the university level. Dianis became a member of the highly acclaimed National Deans’ List for outstanding academic achievement at the university level. After graduating with her Master’s of Education Degree, Special Education Pre-K-12th, Language Learning Disabilities and Psychometry, she went on to teach Pre-K – 12th other Dyslexic, ADD, ADHD and struggling students how to overcome their learning obstacles and achieve educationally at their own highest potential. Her students learned to apply educational secrets and methods to help make scholastic success possible.
“Don’t Count Me Out”, chronicles 21 years of successful educational solutions to help students reach their full academic potential. For the first time by a former dyslexic, the book explains Dianis’s life overcoming dyslexia and her time as a successful educational specialist. Through the work and techniques she created, her students have moved on to ultimate academic success. Her students have restored hope, dignity and self-confidence.
Scholastic failure or below average grades, lower test, exam, quiz scores and dropping out of school do not have to be an option for students who can now learn educational secrets and methods to help them become academic winners.
With a positive tone, motivational message and proven effective techniques, “Don’t Count Me Out!” offers over two decades of proven successful educational solutions. Dianis’s educational solutions, academic secrets and methods are applicable to students from Pre-K to 12th grade. These types of students will be able to raise their grades, score higher on tests, remain positive about school and be motivated to excel in their studies.
“For too long, society has heard all about the failures of those with Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, and academic difficulties, and it’s time to alter the accepted perspective and let the world know the positive message I have to offer. It works! Just as I did, these types of students can learn and compete scholastically if taught the correct methods and solutions – they can become academic winners,” said Dianis.
In an upbeat and motivational, yet straightforward, way, “ Don’t Count Me Out” addresses:
• How students with Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, or struggling students experiencing educational difficulties can overcome their learning issues and become academic winners
• The importance of recognizing and encouraging these bright minds for the future of our country’s scholastic competitive edge
• How students can implement step-by-step educational methods and techniques to regain academic success
• Why the dropout rate of over 7,000 students per day annually, according to the White House 2012 reports, desperately needs to be decreased and how society can help to make it happen by using proven educational solutions
• The vital role that parents play in assisting their child or teenager in becoming excellent students and achievers
"Don’t Count Me Out!"
By Barbara Dianis
Available at www.amazon.com
About the author
Barbara Dianis, MA ED, overcame dyslexia in her own life using self-taught strategies and techniques. She went on to earn a BA Degree in Education and Special Education, as well as a Master’s Degree in Education, Special Education Pre-k- 12th, Language Learning Disabilities, and Psychometry. During her university studies she earned a place on the National Dean’s List for achieving academic excellence. As CEO and Founder of Dianis Educational Systems, LLC she has influenced society to view students with various learning issues as capable students who can overcome their learning issues if they are taught properly. She has counseled parents for 21 years, teaching them to assist their student in implementing effective learning techniques during homework and study time. She has also run an educational tutoring business for the past 20 years that have helped thousands of students with Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, Learning Differences, and Struggling Students to achieve enormous scholastic and professional successes. In 2010 Dianis was awarded The Biltmore Who’s Who VIP in Education and the Executive of the Year award, as well as the Remington Registry of Outstanding Professionals in 2011 for her continued leadership and achievement in the field of education.