Inspired from last week’s podcast with Jessica Minahan regarding understanding behaviors, I was hoping to somehow learn more about student behaviors at home during this time of virtual schooling.
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As a Para-Educator and Fitness Coordinator at a school for children with autism, Dave Geslak (Coach Dave) experienced first-hand the challenges of teaching exercise.
Welcome to Autism Awareness Month. On today’s podcast, we speak with Dr. Stephen Shore, an adult with autism.
We’ve all been thrown into our new teaching reality…we’ve gone virtual. It’s new, it’s tough, it’s exciting. While some of us are just starting our journeys, others have been doing it since all this started.
I’m uber excited about today’s guest Jessica Minahan. Jessica is a special educator, Behavior Analyst, and author from Boston, Massachusetts. As educators, parents, and professionals, we seem to always wonder why kids do what they do; behavior-wise. Jessica breaks this down for us.
Check out this information from a Friend of SENIA, IDS! Children with special needs are amongst the hardest hit by school closures. A take home packet and online instruction developed for the average learner may work for the thousands of students learning from home, but this solution may be less than adequate for a child who […]
Astrid is an 11-year old girl who attends NIST International School and has an enormous impact on her community. Astrid is a fearless trailblazer, a boundary-pusher, a precedent setter.
January 2020 SENIA is an organisation of educators, professionals, and parents whose mission is to advocate and provide resources/support for differently abled individuals. SENIA Thailand is the local chapter. Our News Don’t forget to register for the SENIA 2020 conference! This is a great chance for targeted professional development! All teachers , specialists, and administrators […]