Taurus: 20 April - 20 May Your luck will remain strong and you will get success in your efforts. Talking about your work, unemployed people may get work today. If you work properly then there is also a possibility of increase in income. Money will be in good condition. However, in order to get more profit, avoid getting caught in clever schemes. There will be happiness in your personal life. The atmosphere of the house will be calm. If there is bitterness in the relationship with your spouse, then the day is good to dispel their resentment. If you are unmarried, then any marriage proposal may come for you today and soon you can get married. Talking about health, today you will feel mental happiness and physically you will be very healthy. … [Read more...] about Daily Horoscope: 30 May 2020
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Research suggests that large group online learning programs with limited teacher support are not as helpful as school, face-to-face learning with teachers for children with special needs. However, this can be dependent on the construction of the learning program, the qualities and characteristics of the content, and the involvement of parents and teachers in indirect supervision and direction. To be successful with online programs, kids with learning difficulties often need more individualized instruction, strategies to get started and sustain attention on tasks, and regular feedback. … [Read more...] about Will Distance Learning Produce a Coronavirus Virus Slump?
For example, I had been monitoring an athlete in my clinic recently, and we noticed a spike in the anger domain on his daily symptom checklist. We called the parents to find out what was going on. We learned he was anxious and worried about not participating in school, falling behind and getting bad grades. He felt isolated from his peers. So, he decided to go off the protocol and return to school letting us know, or allowing us to set up an appropriate academic care plan. He went on his own, and couldn’t take it. He couldn’t focus, felt nauseated, and went to nurse’s office. He went home was really upset with himself and kicked trash can, and punched a wall. This showed up during the symptom tracking, and we were able to intervene by using the customized academic care plan built into the management protocol, which included visits to the school psychologist, and effectively returned him to the school environment. … [Read more...] about Balancing Precarious Emotions in Sport Concussion Protocols
It may seem like a basic question, but I’m finding there is still a lack of understanding and misunderstandings about the mild traumatic brain injury. So I asked athletic trainers dealing with concussion risk virtually every day. Athletic trainers also maintain continuing education regarding concussions, and comply to some of the highest standards of care established by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), among others. … [Read more...] about The Best Advice For Handling Concussions