Posts Tagged
‘Understanding’

September 24, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: ADHD, Climbing, Mountains, Understanding

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Categories: adhd

My husband and son make a short climb to Black Butte in central Oregon annually. They usually climb the little mountain easily – it’s just over 6,000 feet high – and the sky is clear for miles. Not that long ago, however, they were in white-out conditions. They lost their way and had neither winter […]

September 16, 2021

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Tags: education, High, Roles, Technology, Understanding

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Categories: Special needs education

The desire to improve the dissemination of scientific information has led to the development and use of high technology in education. In essence, the development of high technology has resulted in the replacement of traditional teaching and learning methods. High technologies help teachers gather information and evaluate students, improve student learning style, help students with […]

August 24, 2021

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Tags: anxiety, Autism, difference, disorder, Social, Understanding

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Categories: autism

Guest contribution by Emily Ansell Elfer, BA Hons, Dip. Many people on the autism spectrum are known to have symptoms of anxiety, particularly those related to social situations and communication. In fact, previous research has shown a significant overlap between symptoms of social anxiety disorder (SAD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). A large proportion of […]

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 […]

Alan Winnikoff When I take my son to special needs programs in Westchester, I often hear that autism parents cite a certain statistic – 70% of special needs couples break up. I’ve never been able to verify that – it might be urban legend rather than reality. On the flip side, I know many couples […]