Addressing Student Learning Issues
Ten ways to Maximize Students Potential

1. How to get and keep your school at full enrollment capacity

2. Teachers learn how to lower classroom setting stress for everyone

3. The causes of learning issues

4. Latest neurology findings

5. Students who struggle to concentrate and what to do about it

6. Why are boys more likely to be diagnosed than girls

7. Why do students bully and what to do about it

8. Address gifted students who underachieve in school

9. When and with what approach should you recommend tutoring

10. What progress can students who learn differently make in school
Workshop for Teachers, Presented by John Toker, M.Ed. LD K-12, M.A.

John Toker, M.Ed. LD K-12, M.A. tutors people who are diagnosed with learning
disabilities, and has years of proven track record experience in helping students
overcome learning issues. John is licensed to teach people with learning disabilities in
the Virginia public schools. He has taught in Fairfax County Public Schools, FCPS and
Montgomery County Public Schools, MCPS.

John completed a Master’s in Education with a Concentration in Learning Disabilities,
and a Master’s in Psychological Services with a Concentration in Counseling, both, at
Marymount University. He graduated from Loyola University in Baltimore, MD where he
majored in Psychology. He has learned a great deal from his schooling and ten years
experience in tutoring students in person and online for math, science, English, history,
and many other subjects.

John practiced as a licensed psychotherapist in Maine and Maryland.     
This workshop is structured to enhance a working knowledge on how to
address students with learning gaps and disruptive behavior. It’s geared for
teachers in the classroom setting, and in parent meetings that include