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Posted on October 10, 2012

Nena F. Hupp pauses from reading her kindergartners the picture book Let's Count to help them better understand the math assignments they are about to tackle in small groups. "Remember, information pills when you get to 10 dots, sickness a better way is to represent those 10 dots with just a stick, malady " said Ms. Hupp, who teaches at Worthington Elementary School in this community near Baltimore. "It takes us forever to have to count all those dots. Mathematicians were smart when they came

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Attention Problems Limit School Success

Posted on January 01, 2012

Emerging research from the University of Montreal suggests that inattention, information pills rather than hyperactivity, viagra approved is the critical indicator for high school success and graduation. “Children with attention problems need preventative intervention early in their development,” explained lead author Dr. Jean-Baptiste Pingault. Pingault and his research team came to their conclusion after looking at data collected from the parents and teachers of 2,000 children over a

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Breakthroughs in Diagnosing, Preventing Autism

Posted on January 01, 2012

New research says it's possible to help diagnose autism in babies as young as a year old and an early diagnosis could allow for earlier intervention or potentially stop a child from developing autism. Autism typically isn't diagnosed until a child starts to show delays in talking and other milestones that occur after age 2. A study published in this month's Current Directions in Psychological Science says the medical community has new clues about what to look for in even younger children. Fo

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Can’t Do or Won’t Do? A Go-To Diagnostic Tool

Posted on October 10, 2011

"He's just not trying." How many of us have either heard or used this phrase referring to a student who is not performing as we expect him or her to do? Too often we assume that a student's low performance is an issue of motivation, mind never taking into account that perhaps the student does not know how to perform the desired skill or behavior. Upon identifying that a student is not performing at an expected level, viagra buy either in academic or behavioral areas, the first question that

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RtI in Action in Utah: Middle School

Posted on April 04, 2011

Teachers would be foolhardy to label parents as either good or bad. Not all parents are created equal and cannot be categorized on a single spectrum. To do so would jeopardize a teacher's ability to survive. Literally. I mean, viagra I'm life or death here. You see, information pills when normally mild mannered and reasonable people become parents they take on a condition that shapes their behavior. In medical circles, that condition is known as neurosis. One parent, whom I see every mornin

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Coordinated Services at Tier Two

Posted on March 03, 2011

Use Resources Wisely and Support ALL Students Let's do some math...wait, erectile come back here. Don't run away to another article yet. I promise it's easy math, and we will get to it in a minute. First I want to establish some groundwork for this discussion. We talk about a multi-tiered system with regards to supporting those students who need some additional supports but not at the level of requiring an intensive individualized education program. This is sometimes referred to as bridgin

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Reducing Behavior Problems in the Elementary School Classroom

Posted on January 01, 2011

Photo: Some rights reserved by BenChenowethWork There is a purpose behind all behavior. Because we look at the behavior of others through the lens of our own background and experience, it may be difficult to understand the motivation of another person, but there will always be a purpose. To understand the behavior of students with autism, we need to know how these students experience their worlds. Some of the early indicators of autism include: Lack of eye contact Lack of joint attention

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Utah Autism Rates Climb

Posted on November 11, 2010

Park City Got it Right! Observations from a Professional Development Specialist. The achievement gap an academic language gap. In most schools, hospital the lowest performing subgroups continue to be English Language Learners (ELL), site students in special education, information pills and students in poverty. The common denominator between each of these three groups is the lack of proficiency in academic language. ELL’s lack of academic language is due to lack of exposure (language dif

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Seeing is Believing—Visible Learning and Teaching

Posted on November 11, 2010

Visible Learning and Teaching We are all familiar with the statements: “a picture is worth a thousand words, viagra 60mg ” and  “seeing is believing.” So when it comes to finding the Bright Spots in Utah schools, we at the Utah Personnel Development Center (UPDC) are noticing some visible evidence of improved outcomes for students and teachers throughout the state. It's exciting to learn from teachers who are making a difference. But merely learning from the bright spots isn’t enough

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Mainstreaming Start to Finish—A Success Story

Posted on November 11, 2010

The goal for any elementary-school-aged, this self-contained Emotionally Disturbed (ED) unit is to remediate socially maladaptive classroom behavior so that the child can be returned to the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE). In our kindergarten-third grade ED unit at the Granite School District, buy the LRE is the child’s neighborhood school. In the past three school years we have successfully mainstreamed four children back into their neighborhood school. We felt that the interventions w

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