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Special Ed Corner: 3 Classroom Organization Hacks

[Source: Autism Classroom Resources] I wanted to share 3 little classroom organization hacks that I have found over the years that I don’t think I’ve talked about much here.  They are simple things you can do that will make your … Continue reading

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Therapy Resource of the Week: OT, PT & SLP Therapy Room Printables

[Source:  Pink Oatmeal] I’ve gotten a bit carried away with making printables lately!  I love the design aspect of it.  It’s good therapy! I’m sad to admit it, but I’ve never decorated my desk.  The majority of the reason is … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: Top 5 Parent Handouts for {Preschool} SLPs

by Jenna Rayburn of The Speech Room News Part of my role at our district early childhood center is to complete incoming evaluations for children entering the program. We have about half of our students come from the state birth … Continue reading

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Math Skills Count for Premature Babies

[Source:  Medical News Today] A new study conducted by the University of Warwick links being born premature with low wages. Researchers have identified a link between being born preterm and decreased intelligence, reading and in particular mathematical ability and have … Continue reading

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Calling All School Psychologists In or Interested in Washington State

Now Hiring Throughout WA! PediaStaff has several excellent School Psychologist positions opening up in WA – Olympia, Kitsap Peninsula, Centralia, Bremerton, Tacoma, and Vancouver These contract positions are available NOW for the 2015/16 School Year. Depending on the district’s needs and your strengths … Continue reading

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