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See beyond the stereotype

In these troubled times of heightened tension caused by the terrorist atrocities in the skies above the Sinai desert, the streets of Paris and the luxury hotel in Mali some find it tempting to paint broad brushstrokes… 647 more words


Audience Analysis, Critical for Instructional Outcomes

Written by Patti Shank PhD, CPT
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Audience analysis is part of the need analysis process during instructional design. 384 more words


A Physical Therapist Who Doesn’t Like to Write

Cheryl Farley, Director of Physical Therapy Services at The Kingsbury Center, shares her love for helping children gain, regain or improve their physical abilities so they can lead a fuller life. 686 more words



Year for me today. Also a new one for M.K., H.D.–two girls I shared a/n/ omitted with at school. Waited for midnight, went on a hairpin loop walk, had two shots of whiskey, slept a full 8 hours. 437 more words


A meaningful alternative to high stakes testing

Is it just my imagination or is support for high stakes testing finally waning?  

Yesterday, Hamilton and Wheeler teachers participated in an inservice workshop presented by Tim Neville from… 172 more words

3M Visit- Hannah Tyreman and Stephanie Moakes

A few months ago, Steph (S_Moakes) and I (@hannahtyreman) had the privilege of visiting 3M to learn about their organisation’s culture and approach to learning. 338 more words


Early Intervention Key to Positive Outcomes for Children with Learning Differences

Jane D. Hull once wrote, “at the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child’s success is the positive involvement of parents.” 642 more words

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