Had a meeting with Mrs. Coleman Friday to go over the results of Carl's assessment.
The assessment we had was designed to check his memory...both short and long term....and look for gaps in his thinking, which is typical in Lyme patients. They lose words....thoughts mid sentence etc.
So, what we found....
His short term memory is amazing. His long term memory has weird gaps.
He can do high levels of mathematics...but his math facts are gone...in weird gaps...:tongue_smilie: +4's and x4's???? strange.
He also didn't remember to indent in his essay, or use commas.
His essay was actually really good other than format, which surprised me. He seems to be getting his words and vocabulary back....quicker than I thought:D
It was suggested to use GED test prep books, Editor in Chief editing books, Building Thinking Skills at the High School level and work on Logic and analogies. We will also be drilling facts with flash cards and drill sheets that I can print up.
Our goal is to take an SAT in June and again in September/ October and then a GED in the Fall. I would like him to start CC classes for the Spring semester.
He did way better than I thought he could and I am relieved to see his personality and his thinking coming back.