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HOW TO DISCUSS A MOVIE WITH YOUR KIDS - Think about the last time you watched a movie with your kids. What was your conversation like after the credits rolled? Did experiencing cinema together change you in any way? Did it change your kids?
In Western numerology (created by the Greek mystic and mathematician, Pythagoras 2500 years ago), there are Core Numbers” calculated from your name and date of birth that tell the story of your life. Out of these 7 numbers, your Destiny Number (also kn
“DISABLED” – WHAT’S IN A NAME? - Children who have been labeled “disabled” are often met with negative preconceptions. We think of them as “not or less able”. We see them through this lens of “disability”, our focus turning to their inabilities and deficits. We tend not to see them for who they are, what they are capable of and who they can become.
CO-OPERATING: OR WHAT I LEARNED BUILDING A FENCE WITH MY NEIGHBOURS - When I went door to door to each of my neighbours and told them I wanted to build a fence, I expected some resistance and hesitation, which I got. What I didn’t expect was the project expanding and more than half of my neighbours wanting to take part in the work.
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Having a big age gap between siblings, either by choice or by circumstance, has its advantages and here are 11 Reasons Why
YOU GOT THE CALL–WHAT NOW? - Some special education teachers choose the job because they know someone with special needs. I didn’t get into teaching special education because of anyone specific. Rather, I fell in love with working with kids with special needs as a camp counsellor. Talking to these kids, playing and laughing with them, and getting to know their parents inspired me. But all my experience as a special education teacher couldn’t prepare me for what happened three years ago.