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An Experiment in Outdoor Education

Author: Tajia Hammack

The days were spent nestled in the forest with the trees as our endless classroom and the rosehips we had picked made into tea.

Author: Tajia Hammack

One Size Does Not Fit All

She stares out the window imagining herself running as fast as she can with the wind blowing in her face. She knows the swing set is waiting for her. She just wants to be outside. Her attention is broken when the teacher asks everyone to open their tablets and read the first chapter silently. The…

September 27, 2019

Through the Eyes of an Autism Specialist

Megan Knapp, MA, BCBA, is a Board Certified Behavioral Analyst specializing in children on the Autism Spectrum (ASD). She started her career with a private agency, doing one-on-one in-home therapy. Megan then moved into the public sector, becoming an Instructional Assistant in a special education classroom. In her next role, she became the Lead Behavior…

June 9, 2019

Healthy Movement in the Classroom

The school bell rings. After a brief pause and all at once the rush to be first in line begins! Children hurriedly scramble from every direction directly to their assigned classroom lines. The chatter is loud. The teachers begin to show up one by one with mugs or water bottles in their hands. As the…