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New Grad Corner: 7 Essential Tips for NBCOT Exam Prep

[Source:  OT in Motion] This post is the first of a multi-part series on preparing for the NBCOT exam. In this post, I will be discussing seven essential tips for preparing for the exam. Please comment below if you have … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: I am Not Superpowered!

[Source:  Annie Doyle, MS CCC-SLP] I can’t explain it. I have had a very, very busy year with no less than six evaluations pending at a time and I have been coping quite well. Two weeks ago…BAM! Leading up to … Continue reading

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School Psych Corner: White Matter Maturation Associated with Emergence of Theory of Mind

[Source:  The Journal Nature] by Charlotte Grosse Wiesmann, Jan Schreiber, Tania Singer, Nikolaus Steinbeis, and Angela D. Friederici Humans have the ability to represent what other people think and believe. This implies that we are able to understand that beliefs … Continue reading

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Homemade Slime Leaves Girl with Third-Degree Burns

[Source:  USA Today] A common ingredient in DIY slime is to blame for a Massachusetts girl’s second- and third-degree burns, according to reports. Eleven-year-old Kathleen Quinn who made DIY slime “a million times” with no problems, suddenly started crying in … Continue reading

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Will High Court Ruling Raise Expectations for Special Ed.?

[Source:  Education Week] Advocates for children with disabilities are cheering a recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court as a clear win that establishes more-ambitious academic standards for special education students. Representatives for some educational groups and districts, on the … Continue reading

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