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EDU: DI Blog-Unit 4

The Hot Seat Strategy for Fun and Learning

            Tomlinson (2001, p. 5), explains that when differentiating instruction, learning experiences are most effective when they are engaging, relevant, and interesting.   556 more words

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EDU: DI Blog-Unit 3

“Every child has a different learning style and pace. Each child is unique, not only capable of learning but also capable of succeeding”.

Embracing Differences and Teaching Students as Individuals… 429 more words

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Edu 605: DI Blog-Unit 2

Research Article:  Differentiating Instruction Upon Learning Styles in Higher Education:  A Controversial Issue

Writer:  Cristina Tulbure

As I began to research more about adult learning and differentiated instruction, I came across an article that was interesting concerning differentiated instruction and higher education.    355 more words

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Is that a pet or therapeutic aid?

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Is that a pet or therapeutic aid?
What should you do if your patients ask you to write letters certifying that their pets are emotional support animals? 17 more words

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Yes, abortion damages mental health

Encore presentation of Dr. Theresa Burke on Cradle My Heart Radio September 4

Dr. Theresa Burke is a board certified clinical psychotherapist who was leading a support group for women with eating disorders when she discovered that every woman in the group had an abortion in her past. 743 more words

Kim Ketola

Edu 605: DI Blog-Unit 1

My experience creating a mind map was powerful.   While brainstorming and writing down my thoughts I was able to concentrate better on important key questions. 369 more words

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Relying on Psychological Assessments do not Right Death Penalty Wrongs for the Intellectually Disabled

Although the death penalty is on the decline in the United States, the case of James Rhodes highlights the ethical quagmire facing forensic psychiatrists and psychologists whose evaluations contribute whether persons with intellectual disabilities convicted of murder will live or die. 236 more words

Celia B. Fisher