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Bilingualism Corner: What’s Going on Inside the Brain of a Bilingual Child?

[Source:  MindShift] Brains, brains, brains. One thing we’ve learned at NPR Ed is that people are fascinated by brain research. And yet it can be hard to point to places where our education system is really making use of the … Continue reading


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Autism Corner: Increasing Spontaneous Commenting of Your Students with ASD

[Source:  Autism Classroom Resources] Sam’s Success Story:   Sam started commenting using sentence strips.  When he got the hang of it, he started more spontaneous commenting.  He started commenting on things / events that no one had taught him with.  He … Continue reading


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School Nurses Corner: Be Burn Aware

[Source:  NASN and Shriners Hospitals for Children] NASN and Shriners Hospitals for Children® are working together to prevent burn injuries through the Be Burn Aware education and awareness program. A variety of age-appropriate, complimentary burn prevention materials, including activity books … Continue reading


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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Learning Styles: Is Visual Learning Really A Thing?

[Source:  Mind Shift] It’s common to hear people say, “I’m a visual learner,” but research doesn’t support the idea that learning styles like visual or auditory learning are inherent traits. That doesn’t mean learners don’t have preferences, but only one … Continue reading


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School Psych Corner: Anger-Control Techniques for Kids on the Autism Spectrum

[Source:  My Aspergers Child] All children experience anger. But, young people with Asperger’s and High-Functioning Autism, in particular, have difficulty channeling their strong emotions into acceptable outlets. Watch this Excellent 4:49 Minute Video on My Aspergers Child


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