Tag Archives: 15 September 2017

Down Syndrome Reality Show Takes Home Emmys

[Source: Disability Scoop] A documentary series chronicling the lives of seven young adults with Down syndrome is the winner of multiple Emmy Awards. A&E’s “Born This Way” received top honors for outstanding casting for a reality program and outstanding cinematography … Continue reading

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Hot Job: School Psychologist – Anacortes, WA

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply Many people vacation here – you can live here!  PediaStaff has an opportunity for a School Psychologist to work in the Anacortes area for the 2017-2018 school … Continue reading

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Journaling of Emotions Helps Worriers Improve Performance

Editor’s Note:  This is not “news” to our school psychologists, but it’s always nice to have evidence-based confirmation. [Source:  Psych Central] Some people worry more than others. Unfortunately, the concerns may detrimentally influence future performance of tasks. A new study … Continue reading

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Dyslexia Corner: Finally Getting Serious About Educating Kids with Dyslexia

[Source:  New York Daily News] Apple’s Steve Jobs had it. So did Nelson Rockefeller, and so do Bill Gates, Anderson Cooper, Ameer Baraka, Steven Spielberg and many more leaders, scholars, authors, actors, scientists, lawyers and financiers. Each of these famous, … Continue reading

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Free Student Emotions and Needs Assessments After Hurricane Harvey and Irma

[Source: Elle Madison on Teachers Pay Teachers] This FREE resource includes TWO assessment activities – One for students directly affected by Hurricane Harvey and one for those who are aware, but not directly affected. Great for grief counselors, SLPs, and … Continue reading

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