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The Annual Christmas Concert...A Measure of Self-Regulation

As we were standing in line with our classes to go on stage for the Christmas concert yesterday afternoon, we looked in admiration at our adorable “reindeer.” 383 more words

Holiday Fun

Oxid & Oil or how does self-touch help my self regulation in dance movement therapy

This is an excercise to learn how to write a critical literature review based in a personal experience.

Oxid & Oil

How does self touch help my self regulation in DMT… 2,206 more words

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Do you see the signs?

Children show the signs of stress in a huge variety of ways.  Sometimes, it can be easy for adults to mistake stress for another emotion or motivator.   394 more words

Weekly News

Building with Blocks in Kindergarten!

“Children greatly enjoy taking part in the design process. This includes the study of the nature of the problem; thinking about their requirements and needs; considering planning alternatives; measuring, drawing, model-making and mathematics; construction and building; experiment, evaluation, modification and destruction.” – Simon Nicholson…
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Author Talk: Fish Don't Climb Trees-- Whole New Look at Dyslexia

Fish Don’t Climb Trees– Whole New Look at Dyslexia

Please join us at the Nanaimo Harbour Front Library (90 Commercial Street)

Saturday, January 10, 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. 85 more words

Dyslexia Resources

The stretched middle

My wife works in the NHS, the biggest employer in Europe. The NHS, providing free health care to all, has been a remarkable achievement. But there are many signs that pressure is building within the NHS at all levels – staff are unhappy and stressed (in my wife’s team alone, more than a quarter of the staff are absent with long-term sickness), finance is increasingly tight, more and more legal claims are being brought against doctors. 1,446 more words

Governance