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Schools and Communities: Looking beyond the Classroom
We commonly hear about how important it is for parents to be involved with their child and school. Yet both teachers and parents often feel frustrated over what is expected in terms of parent involvement. One way to reduce teachers' frustration over perceived lack of parental involvement as well as...
Florida State Resources
State Agencies and Organizations United States Senators Honorable Bob Graham (D) 524 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 (202) 224-3041; (202) 224-5621 (TTY) (202) 224-2237 (Fax) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://graham.senate.gov Honorable Bill Nelson (D) 716 Hart... Learning Disabilities Overview
He lets out a sigh and slouches in his chair. Arms folded, he glares at the book with a furrowed brow. After a moment, the boy glances at his friend sitting across the aisle, leans forward to the book once more, and runs his index finger along the lines of text. His lips contort in an attempt to... Joint Policy Memorandum (ADD)
I. Introduction There is a growing awareness in the education community that attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) can result in significant learning problems for children with those conditions. While estimates of the prevalence of ADD vary widely,...
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TRA Gratitude Project 2013: Days 1 and 2
November 2, 2013, 8:31 pm
Ok, it's November. For those of us who live in the U.S., it is the month where we take a day to celebrate Thanksgiving. Now, aside from the slightly warped way that this holiday came about (that's material for a blog post of different kind), I've decided to embrace the "good" of this holiday --... 100%
September 1, 2013, 8:22 pm
My child is diagnosed with Borderline Intellectual Functioning (BIF) and ADHD; inattentive type. My child does not struggle with hyperactivity rather she tends to veer off and daydream which causes her to miss sometimes important pieces of information. Just in case you don't know what BIF is, it... Reality - Ouch
September 28, 2013, 4:59 am
This is going to be a little off topic. It really doesn't fit into my particular blog scope but it's a story worth telling.
On a Sunday night I was home with all but my eldest daughter (Pepper) and my second daughter got a frantic message from one of Pepper's male friends. We will call him...
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Foster Parents Needed for ANONYMOUS Online Research Survey
November 24, 2013, 1:56 pm
Hello! My name is Leslie Nelson and I am a graduate student at the University of Missouri-Columbia pursuing my Masterís Degree in Communication. Iím conducting a study to learn more about foster parent communication and well being for my thesis project.
This study would require you to complete...
Secondary PTSD- does fostering cause this? Anyone BTDT?
December 9, 2013, 9:34 pm
So, was reading an article on this, and was totally blown away on how many of those symptoms fit me to a T. I am in the process of seeking professional help for symptoms of moderate depression.
Anyone else seem to have fallen into depression after fostering? Even if your case has/is going to...
Adoption scam involving aging out children - beware
December 7, 2013, 5:00 pm
I would like to spread awareness in the China adoption community that over the past two years, there have been nearly a dozen fraudulent adoptions of healthy older children who are closing to ďaging outĒ (i.e. 13 years old), mostly from Luoyang orphanage, but not only from there.
The scam is...
Teenage daughter, what would you do?
December 9, 2013, 7:27 pm
I recently found out that my daughter (age 14) spend her weekend texting an 18 year old boy. She was supposed to babysitting my nephews, but that is another story.
The boy is a nice kid, an honors student and Eagle Scout. I think he looks out for my daughter. They spent about 8 hours...
Stories About "Student"
The Greatest Gift - Christmas 2009
I was adopted. My parents told me when I was young enough to understand that both my little sister and I were adopted from different families. My mother could not have children. They wanted to raise... The Opposite of Lost is Found
August 10, 1988Dear Journal,It all began with a letter that read, "I realize that this letter may not reach you and that perhaps you have a different last name and address now. I am eager to... Teen Parenthood
On Friday, I had my eyes opened. And I cried. In my work as a journalist, I meet lots of people and go many places. I recently went to a high school that was started in 1970 for pregnant teens. As of...
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Who's Teaching Our Children with Disabilities? - Special Needs
Students: 22 students--half of whom have special education classification, half of whom aren't in special education but need extra support in math Class type: Co-taught 7th grade mathematics Making Co-Teaching Work Chris: The key to making co-teaching work is joint planning.
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