Tag Archives: Behavior

Dr. Ross Greene Seminar

I had the pleasure of attending a seminar given by Dr. Ross Greene last year.  Some of you may be familiar with him, author of,  “The Explosive Child” and “Lost at School“. Dr. Greene is also an Associate Professor in … Continue reading

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Firstborn: It took a high school education to figure it out!

Back to what was happening in the classroom. The regular education teacher decided to deal with my son by placing him in the corner up against the front wall. He had no view of any classmates and he had no … Continue reading

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Firstborn: Who’s on (in)First?

I had a feeling first grade wasn’t going to be all that I expected when apparently the new school did not know what grade my son was in. The Welcome letter said, “Welcome to Second Grade”. Looking back it would … Continue reading

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Firstborn: It’s not Music to my ears!

Since in such a short time after our move and after our son was placed in the multiply disabled class he became such a different child I began to wonder. It seemed as if his program was doing more harm … Continue reading

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