The educational needs of children with disorders of the corpus callosum vary significantly, but the goals that each has are similar. These children want to be stimulated in creative, hands-on learning environments, in which unique learning styles are embraced and acceptance of cognitive differences are the norm.
Each child with a DCC comes to the classroom with varying degrees of neurological and developmental challenges and strengths. This diversity makes research on educational strategies very difficult. To date there are no experimentally controlled studies of academic interventions specifically for DCC. However, thanks to the contributions from NODCC members and knowledge from research with children who have similar behaviors, we have gathered a collection of tools to support effective communication between parents and the classroom teacher.