Homeopathy for Highly Sensitive People by Ronald Steriti, NMD, PhD Some people are very sensitive. Such people often have to take care to make certain that their environment is calm. Unpleasant circumstances can often have a disruptive effect that lasts for hours or days. Other people often do not understand the extent of their sensitivity. … Continue reading
Instructional Strategies for ADHD : Giving Directions: Directions need to be given clearly, concisely and through multiple channels. For instance, the teacher should clearly state the directions as well as have written directions or a pictorial list of directions available. Complex directions need to be simplified. Teachers should patiently repeat directions if this is necessary. … Continue reading
The Homeschool Diner’s Guide to Special Needs Homeschooling Dysfunctional Sensory Integration (DSI) aka Sensory Integration Disorder (SID) aka Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) aka Dabrowski’s Overexcitabilities (OE’s) by Julie Shepherd Knapp, copyright 2006 Sensory processing refers to how we experience our surroundings. How we take in information through our senses (touch, movement, smell, taste, vision, and … Continue reading
We presently offer services to help individuals with educational challenges. Our approach is holistic, taking into consideration not just the academic performance, but also the neurodevelopmental, physiological and environmental factors. Read more via The Upsidedown Schoolroom – educational assessments and remediation, curriculum resources and educational links.
Every person longs for companionship,a relationship, based on the four pillars: – You feel safe with me – you feel loved by me – you feel loving towards me – you feel connected with me Gentle teaching is a way of supporting people with special vulnerabilities, in which developing companionship is the central focus. We … Continue reading
“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” -Albert Einstein- via Gifted and Talented education Teachers Resources.
When teachers, therapists, or parents use these simple words to begin the Alert Program®, they enter an exciting adventure with children. The journey unfolds easily with the Alert Program®’s clearly defined steps for teaching self-regulation awareness. The book, How Does Your Engine Run?® A Leader’s Guide to the Alert Program® for Self-Regulation (Williams & Shellenberger, … Continue reading
Learn Self-Reliant Living with Radical Urban Sustainability Training October 9, 2011 tags: Climate change, Environment, Michelle Martin, Sustainability, Sustainable city, Sustainable development, Sustainable living, Urban area by angelbabe43 Mother Earth News Cover Image via Wikipedia RELATED: Learn Sustainable Living Skills By Michelle Martin~Mother Earth News Although I dream of someday creating my own self-sufficient lifestyle … Continue reading
One-Minute Physics: Is Schrödinger’s cat dead or alive? 13:58 26 September 2011 You’ve probably heard of Schrödinger’s cat, the famous thought experiment that illustrates the paradox of quantum mechanics when applied to everyday objects. In our latest One-Minute Physics animation, illustrator Henry Reich takes us through the experiment drawing by drawing and explains how it … Continue reading
Article from the blog beyond blue posted by Beyond Blue | 10:00am Thursday June 10, 2010 Today I have the pleasure of interviewing Ted Zeff, Ph.D., author of “The Highly Sensitive Person’s Survival Guide,” “The Highly Sensitive Person’s Companion,” and “The Strong, Sensitive Boy.” He currently teaches workshops and consults internationally on coping strategies for highly … Continue reading