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Autism Awareness Day #21

Behaviour management is possibly the trickiest issue for most parents and teachers. Behaviour management is even more complicated when you are parenting or teaching a child on the Autism Spectrum. 1,029 more words

The perfect combination - organisation theory and critical reflection

It turns out that I have chosen two fantastic courses to start my Masters degree with, Educational Institutions as Organisations and Critical Reflection in Practice.  With each module and each week of study I can see the connection between the two and the understanding of one needed to move forward in the other.   390 more words

Instructional Design

Autism Awareness Day #19

Ever since he started Prep, James has had a tough time doing full days at school every day of the week. From Prep to Year 2 he would have on average 2-3 short days a week, coming home at the end of lunch time (around 1:30pm).  885 more words

One Judge's Take on "The Secret Life of Judges" and Judicial Bias

In 2006, former Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, Dennis Jacobs delivered a lecture at Fordham Law School titled “ 275 more words



Last Friday Johnny stayed home with a bad cold.   Normally that would be okay but that day I was caught in a jam because it was Princess’s first ballet class of the spring session and it’s the only one of two where parents and caregivers are allowed to come right into the dance room and watch. 287 more words


PLC Reflections on Self-Regulation - Cognitive Domain

Earlier this year, Stuart Shanker was in town to discuss Self-Regulation. I bought his book, Calm, Alert and Learning: Classroom Strategies for Self-regulation, last year and had used several of his strategies with my whole class and with several select individuals. 814 more words