Illustrating the Flexibility of ABAS-3 to Diagnose Individuals with Adaptive Skills Limitations by Patti Harrison, PhD and Thomas Oakland, PhD

May 22nd, 2018

ABAS-3
Illustrating the Flexibility of ABAS-3 to Diagnose Individuals with Adaptive Skills Limitations by Patti Harrison, PhD and Thomas Oakland, PhD provides a complete assessment of adaptive skills across the lifespan from birth to 89 years. Please share this with the people at your skill who are responsible for doing this type of assessment. Parents who homeschool thier children should also take a look at this important product.

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You, Your Child, and School: Navigate Your Way to the Best Education by Sir Ken Robinson and Lou Aronica

May 21st, 2018
You, Your Child, and School

You, Your Child, and School: Navigate Your Way to the Best Education by Sir Ken Robinson and Lou Aronica will help parents get the education their children need to live productive, fulfilled lives. If you or anyone you know has children in or approaching school, this is a must-read. Be sure to get a copy and perhaps some gift copies for parents you know. This is a sequel to Creative Schools. See my summary here.

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High-Paying Trade Jobs / Minecraft & STEAM / Sleep 101

May 20th, 2018

High_Paying Trade Jobs
Make sure your high school students know that there are options that don’t include college. Then it’s how Minecraft can promote STEAM programs and sleep advice. On to websites for writing, the Antarctic baby boom, great teacher advice, a change the behavior quote, and how to move a shark.

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Incorporating Growth and Inquiry Mindsets / Default Disagreement Reaction

May 19th, 2018

28 Ways Growth Mindset
The growth and inquiry mindsets should be promoted and here is how. Then it’s discovering your default disagreement reaction. On to success for ADHD students, an AP history resource, Google Maps as a metaphor for learning, a we’ve always done it this way quote, and a 4K flyby of the American West.

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Saving Water / Creativity and Sleep / Student Design Device

May 18th, 2018

Saving Water
See if your kids can come up with these ways to use less water. Then it’s the connection between creativity and sleep and a cool device designed by students. On to Facebook helping kids take a break from Facebook, a GoPro shot out of a cannon, questions for parents to ask teachers, a George Couros quote, and a solar-powered boat.

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