Tag Archives: 6 November 2015

Agreeing on a Definition of Curiosity

[Source:  Medical X-Press] Philosopher Thomas Hobbes called it “the lust of the mind.” Former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt said it was “the most useful gift.” And, yes, we all know what killed the cat. But ask a group of scientists … Continue reading

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Technology Corner: Tech Tools That Have Transformed Learning With Dyslexia

[Source: MindShift] Fifth-grade teacher Kyle Redford remembers with emotion the day she unwittingly put an iPad in the hands of one of her 10-year-old dyslexic students, a day she called “a complete game changer.” While the rest of the class … Continue reading

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Autism Corner: Help for Depressed Teens on the Autism Spectrum

Editor’s Note: Great Article to give to the parents and guardians of your secondary school students with autism [Source:  My Aspergers Child] Teens with Asperger’s (AS) and High-Functioning Autism (HFA) are particularly vulnerable to mental health problems (e.g., depression, anxiety). … Continue reading

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Itinerant School based Speech-Language Pathologist/SLP Job – Barrow, AK

  If you are looking for a life changing experience as a Speech-Language Pathologist then look no further. Our client has a need for a Speech Therapist to travel to Alaska 9 times throughout school year 2016-2017.  The area is … Continue reading

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Children’s Trust of Each Other Depends on Relationship

[Source Medical News Today] “Mom! He splashed me on purpose!” “No I didn’t – it was an accident!” Arguments over whether one sibling intended to harm another are a common soundtrack for parents with more than one kid. New research … Continue reading

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