Posts Tagged
‘Pandemic’

January 17, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: education, Future, Give, hope, Pandemic, Teaching

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Categories: Special needs education

Over the past few months, we’ve seen a lot of news about how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted our children’s education. Yes, school closures, online learning, and hybrid models have transformed the lives of our students. But as an educator, I remain long-term optimistic about the future of education in New Mexico. The pandemic experience […]

Since the beginning of 2020, our way of life has changed dramatically. COVID-19 has transformed the way we study, learn, and work—even how we shop, eat, and gather. Throughout the pandemic, Canada has taken individual and community-based measures to protect its citizens. While most Canadians have trusted and listened to scientists and public health experts, […]

November 28, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: anxiety, education, endure, Pandemic, special, Students, Uncertainty

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Categories: Special needs education

Student learning has suffered in the United States in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Rebecca Jablonksi, director of special education at Lakeland Union High School in Minocqua, said students with special needs, including those with autism, had an even more difficult experience, especially when it came to distance learning. “The amount of incomplete learning […]

November 27, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Family, Matrimonial, Pandemic, Parenting, Vaccinate

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Categories: Special Needs Parenting

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced co-parents to make difficult decisions about parental schedules, social distancing, online training, masks and now vaccinations. Last week, Health Canada approved the use of the Pfizer vaccine in children ages 5-11. The BC Center for Disease Control (the “BCCDC”) has since recommended that parents vaccinate their children against COVID-19, stating: […]

November 27, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Pandemic, Parenting, Vaccinate

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Categories: Special Needs Parenting

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced co-parents to make difficult decisions about parental schedules, social distancing, online training, masks and now vaccinations. Last week, Health Canada approved the use of the Pfizer vaccine in children ages 5-11. The BC Center for Disease Control (the “BCCDC”) has since recommended that parents vaccinate their children against COVID-19, stating: […]

November 25, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Food, Pandemic, Put, Slowed, struggling, Table

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Categories: autism

The COVID-19 pandemic devastated the economy and many people who were comfortable suddenly faced financial problems. Feeding America estimates that at least 60 million people in the United States will need the help of blackboards in 2020, an increase of about 55% from normal numbers. Although things have slowly been improving, there are still many […]

November 16, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: kids, Pandemic, Parenting, Series, Target, Unstuck, video

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Categories: Special Needs Parenting

Newswise – BALTIMORE – Parents know these scenes only too well: • Your child refuses to get dressed and ready for school. • A change of plan causes trouble for your child. • Work from home requirements prevent your child’s question from being answered immediately. What is the best strategy to help the child respond […]

November 15, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: education, gap, Impaired, Pandemic, Visually, widens

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Categories: Special needs education

Schools in Thailand are reopening after the coronavirus pandemic resulted in 18 months of online learning. Some students have found distance learning to be a challenge that set them back from their classmates. In the town of Nonthaburi, near Bangkok, Thanasat Naksanong listens carefully to an online chemistry class. On a shared screen, the teacher […]

November 12, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Job, Launch, mentoring, Pandemic, Searches, Slack, Spectrum, time

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Categories: autism

Hello and welcome to the first issue of Spectrum Launch, a newsletter on how to navigate the uncharted waters of autism research in the early stages of your career. The aim of this newsletter is to provide guidance and resources to young autism researchers entering graduate school, completing a dissertation, pursuing an academic job, or […]