Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Educational Links 4/21/16

Introduction to Project-Based Learning

Number of U.S. Students in Special Education Ticks Upward 

Educators: Win Free Wildflower Seed Bombs for Your Class 

What Screen Time Really Does to Kids' Brains 

Music Training Fosters Children’s Success 

“Resetting” Classroom Management 

Sensory Processing Disorder 101 

 Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is a neurological condition that makes it difficult for the body to receive messages from the senses and turn them into the appropriate motor and behavioral responses. A child with SPD finds it hard to process and act upon the information received through his senses: sounds, sights, movement, touch, smell, and taste.

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