Mrs. Daniela Silva PGDip

Daniela

Daniela Silva is a Brazilian educator and independent writer. She holds a BA in Pedagogy from Santa Cecilia University, Brazil, with concentrations in School Management and Business Education; an MBA in Personnel Management from Monte Serrat University Center, Brazil; and a postgraduate certificate in Neuroeducation from Estácio de Sá University, Brazil. Working with social projects in the area of e-learning and people development since 2009, Ms. Silva is a regular contributor to several educational websites, writing about teaching practices in the classroom; emotions and learning; evaluation and school planning; learning disorders; homeschooling, brain child development, parenting, Montessori education, andragogy and people training. Additionally, she develops courses and training manuals for teachers and students, and contributes as a mentor in an online platform, answering questions about career plans, college decision, personal development and professional skills. Working in collaboration with The New Heights Educational Group, Inc., she has just published Unraveling Reading, a book on literacy education and learning disabilities in reading and writing.

Areas of Specialty

Career Counseling

Child or Adolescent

Depression

Learning Disabilities

Other

Books Daniela has Published

Unraveling Reading

The Basics of Learning to Read

Unraveling Reading is a response to the needs and difficulties faced by parents, students and teachers with respect to literacy and education. It presents strategies and alternatives for developing reading and writing in children, youth and adults in a practical and dynamic way. Through diverse educational lessons, activities address three different learning styles, with consideration for how the brain learns and processes information visually, auditorily and kinesthetically. Unraveling Reading also

Articles Daniela has Published
The distance education option
The distance education option

Technology is offering new tools for information and communication in all fields of life and education is no exception. Internet has brought about a new possibility that never existed before in the history »

Technology is offering new tools for information and communication in all fields of life and education is no exception. Internet has brought about a new possibility that never existed before in the history of mankind: face-to-face learning from a distance! Distance education in the form of correspondence courses has been with us for some time but we know that it was not as valued as traditional courses..

Mrs. Daniela · June 27th, 2017

Mrs. Daniela · June 27th, 2017

Savantism and Multiple Intelligences:  The Extraordinary Brain Syndrome
Savantism and Multiple Intelligences:  The Extraordinary Brain Syndrome

The Savant syndrome is characterized by a set of high performance skills involving some cognitive areas related to logical reasoning, memory processing or creativity capacity. These skills can involve »

The Savant syndrome is characterized by a set of high performance skills involving some cognitive areas related to logical reasoning, memory processing or creativity capacity. These skills can involve high speed to solve numerical calculations, the ability of memorizing entire contents of books with facility (reading a great number of literatures in a short period) or even though develop great paintings..

Mrs. Daniela · June 14th, 2017

Mrs. Daniela · June 14th, 2017

Neurolearning and the Importance of Play
Neurolearning and the Importance of Play

Neurolearning is the science that focuses its studies on the neural basis of learning. This implies knowing and reflecting on cognitive functions (memory, attention, language and perception) in order to »

Neurolearning is the science that focuses its studies on the neural basis of learning. This implies knowing and reflecting on cognitive functions (memory, attention, language and perception) in order to plan and develop effective learning strategies according to the educational specificities of each student. Learning occurs in the central nervous system, in the brain, through the exchange of synaptic..

Mrs. Daniela · June 7th, 2017

Mrs. Daniela · June 7th, 2017

Neuroscience and Brain Child Development
Neuroscience and Brain Child Development

The technological advances in neuroscience allowed the scientists to research and develop studies about the human brain, especially in the first six years of child's development. This period is a phase »

The technological advances in neuroscience allowed the scientists to research and develop studies about the human brain, especially in the first six years of child's development. This period is a phase of greater plasticity, which is the ability that the brain has to change in each new experience or learning, through the numerous connections made between the neurons. As a practical matter, is through..

Mrs. Daniela · June 2nd, 2017

Mrs. Daniela · June 2nd, 2017