Special Ed

Apps and Technology for Distance (Online) Learning

Big thanks to our guests, Kristin Oropeza and Karyn Fillhart, who share some hope, perspective, and resources for easing the distance learning experience. 

In our interview, we talk about several resources for home and school learning. These online tools are available for teachers, parents, and students and are free (some with paid upgrades available). 

Please keep in mind that it’s best practice to use the online and technological tools that your students/children already know. Adding too many new programs

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Resolutions and Reflections that Work for Kids with Executive Function Needs

How to Make the Most of Reflections and Resolutions

New year is a fresh start. To be truly “fresh,” though, we have to commit to staying aware of the habits we have that keep us in old ruts and unhealthy patterns. One great place to look is at your reactions to your child or students.

 Are you shoulding on them?

Are you taking it personally?

Is it a puzzle or a problem?

Are you seeking new information and ideas?

If

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