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Learning Differently 101


Learning Differently 101 for Students: Unlocking the Power of Learning Differently

Just in time for back to school, this free online program is intended for all students who learn differently that are currently enrolled (or entering) grades 5 through 8.

Participants complete the first course at their own pace online via the Thinkific platform, which takes approximately 90 minutes to complete. Once complete, students have the opportunity to connect with other students in a 60-minute live follow-up session via Zoom.

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Learning Differently 101 for Educators: Building Empathy for All Learners

Just in time for back to school, this free online program is intended for all educators who currently work (or are planning to work) with middle school students in grades 5 through 8.

Participants complete the course via Zoom in a cohort-based setting that consists of one 90-minute live workshop, followed by one 60-minute coaching session where participants have the opportunity to connect and learn together with other educators across the country.


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David Flink’s “Thinking Differently”

It takes one to know one — the 1 in 5 who learn differently. And to inspire them as well, until they’re ready to inspire others in true Eye to Eye fashion. In this book David, Founder and Chief Empowerment Officer at Eye to Eye, shares his story and the collective stories of Eye to Eye. This is an especially inspiring guide for parents, where they gain hope and clear strategies for success.
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Being You | Roadtrip Nation

Follow three young adults with learning and attention issues — including two Eye to Eye Alumn’Eye — across the country. The students interview successful adults with learning differences, sit down with Eye to Eye Founder and Chief Empowerment Officer David Flink, and end their journey at Eye to Eye’s Young Leaders Organizing Institute.
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“I believe that sharing my story, and inviting others to share their stories, is one of the most powerful things I can do. I want to encourage kids with learning disabilities to be  proud and dream big. To think that I am able to change lives is really such a dream come true.”

Jewell Loyd

Eye to Eye Honorary Diplomat



You are not alone. Get inspired, right now, wherever you are.

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