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Early Childhood Corner: Bringing Brain Science to Early Childhood

[Source:  The Atlantic.com via Reading Rockets] A group of scholars at Harvard University is spearheading a campaign to make sure the early-childhood programs policymakers put in place to disrupt intergenerational poverty are backed by the latest science. The idea sounds … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Rigor Shouldn’t Mean Painfully Difficult

[Source:  Chapel Hill Snippets] For those of you involved in education, you know it’s full of lingo, acronyms,  and initiatives. The buzzword in education these days is ‘rigor’. Form the Glossary of Education Reform,  “The term rigor is widely used by … Continue reading


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School Psych Corner: What Changes When a School Embraces Mindfulness?

[Source:  Mind Shift] It was lunch time at Marysville School in Southeast Portland when the fire broke out. Teachers quickly herded their students out of the building to the sports field behind the school as the old colonial-style building burned. The … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Teaching Verbs… with Trains!

[Source:  Crazy Speech World] This post contains Amazon Affiliate links I have found myself having to teach verbs so much this year…more than normal.  Some of my students with language impairments are having such a hard time with regular past … Continue reading


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School Psych Corner: Intermediary Inventive Minds

[Source:  Psychology Today] By Helenrose Fives, Professor Educational Foundations, Montclair State University and Michelle M. Buehl, Associate Professor Educational Psychology, George Mason University You make a great, a very great mistake, if you think psychology, being a science of the mind’s laws, is something from … Continue reading


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