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I consider myself to have ASPERGERS SYNDROME  / HIGH FUNTIONING AUTISM

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Understanding Asperger’s Syndrome by Take Root and Write .. Patient Expert   Asperger's Syndrome is a form of autism where the person is often highly intelligent... children and adults may end up in work and school situations that are uncomfortable for them. Asperger's...
Resources to help students build emotional intelligence by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional   ——————– Resources to help students build emotional intelligence By Daniel Goleman The scene: a first-grade classroom in a Manhattan school. Not just any classroom—this one has lots of Special Ed students...
Why Do We Need The Canary Party for our Health? Portrait of an American Classroom & Family by Kim S. Patient Expert to my classroom listening to the morning announcements. About a minute into them, one of my students on crutches.... This is now the norm. In my classroom, 1 in 8 children suffer from Asthma. 1 in 4 of them has a chronic...
Homework: Teaching Organizational Skills to Individuals with ASD by wheresthebox Patient Expert issue of the Autism Asperger’s Digest ( www.autismdigest.com ). It’s a lengthy article, but well worth... the paper over and sit quietly until time is up. Dynamic organizational systems and skills involve...
Teddy's Turn to Talk by Ginger T. Patient Expert communicate. People with Asperger's often are described as highly intelligent, but they experience behavior or... UPDATE! Check the bottom ... Teddy wins!!! Teddy is a 5th grader with Asperger's...
Teddy's Turn to Talk by Ginger T. Patient Expert communicate. People with Asperger's often are described as highly intelligent, but they experience behavior or... UPDATE! Check the bottom ... Teddy wins!!! Teddy is a 5th grader with Asperger's...
Eleven Ways To Influence Your Attention Different Child and Help Him Be Successful by Jerry D. Russell Patient Expert between himself and another. Respect his need for space. Try to get an accommodation like this made in his classroom. Use numeric or... toward your goals. “You are talking quietly, are you not?” “You will empty the waste baskets, will you not?” Or...
Who Would I Be If I Weren't Broken? by Charlotte H. Patient Expert . I finished volunteering as Reading Mom in son #2's classroom, took Jelly Bean and went home. I put her down..., another guest quietly got out the broom and swept up the crumbs before all those little feet could track green...
Bruce E. Levine: 8 Ways Young Americans Have Been Dominated by Chelsea Green Patient Expert , it is seldom discussed. The nature of most classrooms, regardless of the subject matter, socializes students... can be a more economical method to keep them quiet and subdued than it would be to hire more guards). Television...
reader's story: Rosetta by adhdmomma Patient Expert , R/O dx of Bipolar & Aspergers Vincent, 4, Pre-School...R/O dx of ADHDNON-ADHD child(ren):Angelique... soon! What are your ADHD child’s strengths/gifts/talents? Weaknesses? Obsessions?  Both boys are extrememly intelligent...

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