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The dog days of summer are here—and many kids have a lot more leisure time on their hands. To prevent overuse of tech devices, try these ideas for non-tech activities that are fun AND promote language, literacy and learning. Many of these activities are suitable for both younger and older children.
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About five decades ago, scientists believed that our brains were fixed — either at birth or by the time we were adolescents. This led to the schooling approach that now fills schools: identifying learning disabilities, providing accommodations and working to students’ strengths. Recently, though, the scientific world has found that this may be wrong — and that even students diagnosed with learning disabilities may develop the brain pathways they need, through careful teaching.
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I’ve been in the special education business for more than 15 years as a teacher and school leader, and if there’s one thing I’ve heard over and over it’s, “I don’t know how you do it.” My immediate reaction: I can’t think of anything else I’d rather do. And, with the wisdom from my years in K–8 education, I can confidently say that special education is the best gig out there. Here’s why...
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Some people consider Mathematics as the hardest subject they can ever encounter all throughout their life as a student. There are even others who fail miserably with math and there are also who choose courses which does not require a lot of solving using numbers.
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If you love maths and computer games, then you have come to the right place. Here we have gathered 7 math computer games that will help you, or your loved ones, get to grips with math and have fun at the same time.
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These are great as kids car games, airplane games, or train games!Kids who get bored while traveling......often start bickering or complaining, making every minute feel like an hour.
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There are hundreds of thousands of books written for children. The challenge is trying to discover the best age-appropriate literature.
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If you’re like me, you might find yourself surprisingly, woefully underprepared for your first special needs school search, especially if you are considering mainstreaming and attend tours that mainly consist of parents of typical children.
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Let’s play a little game. Class A has 30 students, and Class B has 15 students. The students are of equal ability and behavior, and the teachers are carbon copies of one another. Which one do you think will perform better, Class A or Class B.
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Teaching math to your children is as easy as 1+1=2. Go beyond pencil and paper to make math a learning experience that’s fun for you and your kids.
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