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An Excerpt From a Traveling Dance/Movement Therapist

I landed in Nicaragua at 10pm with a small duffel including my essentials of clothes, toiletries, a buddy band, 12 scarves and a speaker. I had arrived to do… 739 more words

Expressive Arts

It's "what I do."

I love these.

They always make me smile. I’ve seen these “what I do” for just about everything; tech support, stay-at-home-dad, marketing, college student, musicians, etc. 118 more words

[room 113a] lanyard visuals

My lanyard is pretty much the most important thing I walk around with while at school. It not only shows off some college pride (Go State!) it has three keys, my shrill whistle, and my flash drive that I can stick into the copy machine to print from. 163 more words


Email #1: Momvocate for Asperger's Child 8th Grade


Gavin has not yet completed this assignment.  As is typical, he did not complete sufficient work on this in class or resource and had most of it left to do at home.  255 more words


Parent Advocate Questions Sending Kids To New Charters In Delaware

I may not always agree with Devon Hynson, but for the most part, he hits a bullseye!

This is the reality in Delaware.  And like he said, it’s not all charters. 174 more words

Special Education

Tilting at IEP Windmills

“The IEP allows assignments to be emailed. This wasn’t an assignment but a classroom expectation.”

This, according to my son, was the actual explanation provided to him as the reason his teacher refused to accept an assignment by email.

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Day #357 - Her

I’ve written about her before, several times.

Last night she told me that she bookmarked the site and has started reading it every day.  So I know she’ll be reading this soon. 676 more words