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Awkward Conversations with My Superintendent, Part Two

If you haven’t yet, be sure to read part one here.

I volunteered to call because, after two years as a union president, it wasn’t my first rodeo.  658 more words

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The Individualized Education Program

Dr. Miriam Galindo is a private practitioner of child and family psychology at Irvine, California. She previously served as social worker with Olive Crest, where she worked with abused and neglected children between ages 4 and 12. 151 more words

Miriam Galindo

Pharmacy Hour

Some nights I just want to chuck the risperdal, vitamin D, multivitamins, probiotics, fish oil, geodon, adderall, colace, NAC, tenex (gotta crush that one of course), and last week benadryl (but no more albuterol because I was told maybe THAT caused more aggression) (Fred was sick- he’s fine now, but every time he gets a cold he gets R.A.D.) ………..out the window and just tell the kids to go to bed. 205 more words

Wilma

Competency 7

A little over a year ago, I had the opportunity to enroll in my first fieldwork experience in an elementary school as a McGill student. This elementary school was filled with diverse learners, some of which had something called an IEP (Individualized Education Program). 1,010 more words

What exactly is ADD (Attention-Deficit Disorder)?

Caitlyn Isenberg

George Mason University

Attention-Deficit Disorder, also known as ADD or A.D.D., is one of the most common childhood hereditary brain disorders/learning disabilities that can continue on through adolescence and adulthood.   342 more words

August 7, 2015 Canvas Updates

Well here it is the end of the first week of August, and school is underway.  AND Canvas enrollment is underway.  Just wanted to take a few minutes and pass along some observations from this week. 655 more words

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