Equity and diversity have been regarded as significantly important and timeless social values. In the last 2 thousand years, even since the ancient Greek period with Plato and Aristotle, philosophers, writers, poets, artists, and political leaders have been trying to
The transition from the classroom to remote learning is a challenging process for all teachers and students, but especially difficult for those delivering Special Education services and instruction. Special Educators are under pressure to adopt new learning methods tailored to
Evaluating and keeping a close track of a student’s academic performance on a daily basis is not a walk in the park for educators and OTs. Measuring performance, while also determining the next day’s lesson, tackling admin tasks
From early on, children are typically introduced to the concept of sorting and categorizing through natural every day routines – both at home and in school.
Whether they are putting away their toys into separate bins, helping mom or dad arrange