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Stuttering Day

“One of the hardest things in life is having words in your heart that you can’t utter.” Oftentimes we go through life without thinking about communication, not knowing there are many people who struggle to get even a word out…

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Activity Day: Building Empathy

Challenging experiences was the theme of this activity day at one of our partner schools. Teachers engaged in an empathy-building experience by placing themselves in their students’ shoes to remember what it was like to be so young.

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SMART Goals, Smart Students

KBWH College support staff learned the importance of SMART, the organizing acronym for Individualized Education Plan (IEP) goals. S = Specific M= Measurable A= Action-oriented R= Realistic T= Timely

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Non-Cognitive Skills & Growth Mindset

A workshop was provided to teachers on non-cognitive skills and the importance of fostering a growth mindset through instructional methodology to help children overcome challenges and persevere both academically and personally.

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Children’s Rights

There was no better way to start off the new school year than coming together as staff for our workshop on child protection. It’s the right of every child to be treated with professionalism, dignity, and respect in attitude, language,…

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Workshop on Intro to Situational Leadership II (SLII)

Leveraging all of the theory and design that has made Situational Leadership® II,by The Ken Blanchard Companies, the world’s most taught leadership model for more than 30 years, Situational Leadership II uses game-changing techniques that immerse learners in SLII quickly, deeply, and…

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Connecting and Bonding

“Parenting is not an innate trait, it’s a taught behavior.” Understanding and connecting with our children on an emotional level is a necessity before a parent can begin to adequately manage their behavior. Parents learned how to successfully bond with…

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Specific Learning Disorder

A specific learning disorder is a neurological disorder that affects the brain’s ability to process verbal or non-verbal information adequately. This disorder is characterized by persistent  difficulties in learning key academic skills. Children with learning disorders have normal cognitive abilities,…

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