Learning Disabilities: Early Identification and Consistency

  In this day in age, some organizations definitely 'push' for early identification of children who have Learning Disabilities (LD). This is often in contrast to school systems who prefer to wait until children are 8 years old before diagnoses are made. However, early identification of LD's is warranted, because research does in fact demonstrate... Continue Reading →

Ethical Principles for Educators: Promoting the Dignity of all Students

  Everyday, educators come together both in and out of our schools in order to promote social, emotional, cognitive, and behavioural success for all students, thus enabling them to function to their highest potential in an ever-changing society. This includes promoting and supporting inclusive and ethical models when working with exceptional children. The data from assessments are invaluable, and must... Continue Reading →

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