Posts Tagged
‘approach’

September 30, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: ADHD, approach, IEPs, StrengthBased

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Categories: adhd

The origin of my strength-based approach It’s fall 2005 and I’m in hell. After dropping out of high school once and college twice, I’m now an enrolled student at the University of Delaware. I have a grade point average of 3.5, but I now face my biggest academic obstacle: learning French.There are two barriers to […]

Data collection A data set was formed through structured classroom observations in 20 full-day sessions over 5 months in 2019 at a special school with criteria of ASC for admission in East London. Participants included three teachers (one male, two females), their teaching assistants (all females), and seven children (four males, three females) aged from […]

One of the most serious consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic has been the disruption of children’s education worldwide with the closure of schools for public health reasons. Projections from UNESCO Institute for Statistics show that nearly 100 million children across eight age cohorts would move below the minimum proficiency threshold in reading in 2020 due to […]

July 29, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: approach, Gentle, Helping, kids, learn, Levi, Parents, Quackenboss

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Categories: autism

Update: Facebook banned at least one person for 30 days who posted this information yesterday. BOSS not bush! I do it every time !! Levi Quackenboss is known for his sharp wit and sharp, educational blog posts. But below you can see his softer side as he takes the dump truck full of sugar to […]

Kelsey Werner, Gregory St. Arnold & Thomas M. Crea abstract background Children with disabilities face unique humanitarian challenges, and education can provide safeguards against abuse and exploitation. The call for inclusive education for children with disabilities in formal education is growing, but guidance on how to improve inclusion in complex and resource-constrained contexts of humanitarian […]

July 7, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: approach, Gentle, Helping, kids, learn, Levi, Parents, Quackenboss

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Categories: autism

Update: Facebook banned at least one person for 30 days who posted this information yesterday. BOSS not bush! I do it every time !! Levi Quackenboss is known for his sharp wit and sharp, educational blog posts. But below you can see his softer side as he takes the dump truck full of sugar to […]

July 7, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: approach, Autism, Evolutionary, impact, missense, reveals, Spectrum, variants

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Categories: autism

Leveraging cross-species data on the evolution of proteins can help understand subtle genetic variants in people with autism and identify hundreds of new genes that may contribute to the condition, according to a new analysis. The work focuses on “missense” variants that alter a single amino acid in a protein and often have mild effects. […]