Tag Archives: 6 September 2019

OT Corner: 4 Quirky Kid Behaviors That Actually Have Purpose

Editor’s Note:   Congratulations to friend of PediaStaff, Lindsey Biel, who is featured in a Parents Magazine Article this month: [Source:  Parents Magazine] “My 6-year-old is a squeezer,” says Amanda Ponzar, of Alexandria, Virginia. “He used to squeeze the flabby underarm … Continue reading

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Bilingual Corner: Can a Speech Impairment Occur in only 1 Language of a Bilingual?

[Source:  Bilinguistics] Can a child demonstrate a speech impairment in one language but not the other? My immediate response to this is, “No.” That said, let me tell you about a student I tested last week. Meet Miguel. Miguel is … Continue reading

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Pinterest Pin of the Week: Autumn Inferencing

[Primary Inspiration via Pinterest] Here’s a seasonal freebie for you that will have your K-2 students determining key details in 24 riddles, applying their prior knowledge, and inferring the answers. These riddles are a form of informational text, featuring autumn social … Continue reading

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School Psych Corner: How Can Schools Help Kids With Anxiety?

[Source: MindShift] I met Brianna Sedillo when she pitched my radio station a personal perspective on anxiety, a topic that comes up over and over as teachers and parents try to support young people. “Everything kind of started with the anxiety … Continue reading

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Hot, New Job! School-Based SLP – Arlington Heights, IL

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply PediaStaff is hiring for a School Speech-Language Pathologist for 2019-2020 school year in the area of Arlington Heights. School Speech-Language Pathologist Position Details: – 3 parochial schools … Continue reading

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