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May 17th, 2016: Field Trip!

Today we started out with a field trip with the elementary children and I was so excited when JP informed Maddie and I that we would be working with the Kindergartners. 1,578 more words

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Our Most Notable and Favorite Disability Articles for the Week Ending May 20, 2016

At Advancing Opportunities, we excel in providing residential and respite services to people of with all disabilities, along with advocacy and education services for parents and guardians and assistive technology support.  655 more words

On Julianna, at the end of Grade 2

Every so often, I like to share some of Julianna’s school work and progress. I need to be clear: this is not a total picture of Down syndrome. 996 more words

Uvic's Booklum: Top Ten Books for Learning Support Teachers

I mentioned last week that I have been connecting with educators all over the place the last several months. Awhile back the incredible librarian of the… 201 more words

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Behaviour: Tips for Managing your emotions.

Part of my current role involves training the new PBS instructors for the county special schools. This is a great opportunity to ensure a consistent approach between schools but also to learn from and share experiences with a range of really positive and passionate educators from across Kent. 369 more words

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The Purpose Behind the Struggle

As you readers know, I took a small leave of absence from blogging. I’m not sure what I had hoped to gain from the time away, if anything, but I know that I was quite overwhelmed when I made the decision to leave. 323 more words

May 16, 2016: Namyang School for Special Education

Today was our first day at Namyang School for Special Education and I am completely and utterly in love. We were welcomed by Principal Lee Suk-Hee and her two vice principals and led to a room set aside specifically for us. 649 more words

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