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From functioning to flourishing: an ambition for special needs education

“A few years ago, I was speaking at one of my very first autism conferences, and a parent came up to me with one question: ‘What will happen to my child when I’m gone?’ For me, this became the million dollar question in our autism community. 800 more words


Critical Thinking: Equality Definition and Moral Relativism

Critical Thinking:

Equality Definition and Moral Relativism

Rush Limbaugh

It wasn’t that long ago in our country that if you learned somebody had lost almost everything — and Trump was a billion dollars in the red. 1,903 more words

Judeo-Christian Culture

Every Discipline Issue Is a Learning Opportunity

By Jonathan C. Erwin, M.A., author of The School Climate Solution

“Every discipline issue should be an educational experience for the student.”

Hearing these words many years ago during a school district conference changed the way I perceived behavior management. 1,491 more words

Free Spirit Author

Teaching Kids the Importance of Responsibility

By Barbara Gruener
Part of our Counselor’s Corner series. Click to read other posts in the Counselor’s Corner.

The third core value in our special character development series is the virtue of responsibility. 1,149 more words

Counselor's Corner

Resources for October’s Character Education Trait: Respect

Submitted by Natalie C one of our fabulous reference librarians:

October Character Education Trait Resource Lists: Spotlight on Responsibility

The TDSB Professional Library has created an updated resource list of JK-12 fiction and multimedia materials supporting the… 371 more words


Culture Wars: A call to Women of Faith—Teach your Children Judeo-Christian Values

Culture Wars:

A call to Women of Faith—Teach your Children Judeo-Christian Values

Rise Up in Strength, Women in Zion

By Bonnie L. Oscarson

I worry that we live in such an atmosphere of avoiding offense that we sometimes altogether avoid teaching correct principles.

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Judeo-Christian Culture

Success: 2 Elements Students Must Have to be Truly Successful

50% success is good, but isn’t 100% better?

I think we fail our students (and make our schools less safe) when we don’t address both elements that are necessary for real student success. 49 more words

Don Shomette