International Adoption Articles
Truth About Common Special Needs Misconceptions
and teaching special needs children is a satisfying and rewarding experience.
But this may not be true to some parents and teachers who are still
blinded by the common misconceptions in dealing with a special child.
Here are the top three common misconceptions and the truth about them.
Management Techniques For Obsessive-Compulsive Students
at school, children with OCD behaviors must be given extra love, patience,
and understanding to help them achieve their full potential. To ensure
a successful learning experience, teachers must employ strategic classroom
and teaching management plans that deal with special needs children.
Because these children have special needs, they need special education.
Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW
important is consistency really?
parents may take issue with each other if there are any differences
in parenting style, expectations or structure.
The Internet Safety Advocate
Waiting, Watching, and Engaging on Social Networking Sites
MySpace and other social
networking sites offer thriving communities where young people engage
in countless hours of banal chatter and photo sharing. Not coincidentally,
these social networking sites also have become hangouts for child predators,
child pornographers, and other cybercriminals.