Whether you are a parent or educator of a child with autism, you may benefit from knowing some of these key teaching strategies for students with autism. Limit Classroom Distractions Though many classrooms have a “sensory overload” quality to them, with
Our fast-paced world features a relentless pursuit of success and achievement. As a result, it can be hard to find time for a consistent and effective workout routine. Doing physical activities multiple times a week can be a real challenge.
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The holiday season is a time of giving. This year, consider picking out stocking-stuffers from the Time Timer product line. These time management tools serve as unique and practical presents for teachers, parents, and kids alike. In this holiday gift guide,
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As winter break looms on the horizon, college students across the globe brace themselves for the final exams that stand between them and well-deserved relaxation. Final exams in college are the culmination of a semester’s worth of hard work and
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You might have one or two students in your class with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). They’re likely bright and awesome, but they probably also face some challenges—leaving their seat in the middle of a lesson or struggling to finish homework.