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Working With Kids With Communication Disorders In Schools

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According to the National Institutes of Health, nearly 1 in 12 American children aged 3-17 has a speech, language, communication or hearing disorder. At least 1 in 6 individuals will develop a communication disorder in their lifetime. Most communication disorders are first presented in schools, but unfortunately, teachers are often not equipped to diagnose...

Why Is Arts Integration Important?

What Is Arts Integration? There has been a growing interest lately in arts integration as an approach to teaching, in which the arts leverage learning in other subject areas, such as science, language arts, mathematics, and social studies. The different ways that the arts are offered in the classroom can be...

What To Do When Your Dissertation Is Rejected – 5 Steps

Do dissertations scare you too? Do not worry, because you are not the only one. A dissertation is a very important part of your academic success as a graduate student. Nevertheless, it does not mean that it should be the only thing to be focusing on in life. Though it takes a lot of...

Let’s Talk About Teacher Burnout

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Education as a profession is basically the only social service that doesn't require credentialing some way to process stress and trauma. Educators are expected to go for as long as 30 years with absolutely nothing to help them process stress and trauma; and they hold a lot of vicarious trauma for the students and families they serve. 

Choosing the Right Elementary School for Your Child Is Vital

Looking for the right elementary school for your child in Singapore? If so, this is a smart decision that will have a positive impact on your child’s life. For a long time, early childhood education has been an afterthought for parents. However, research shows that these schools are instrumental in a child’s social, cognitive, and physical development.  
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