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High School: Special-Ed and Peer-Tutors.

Today I subbed special-ed again. I get loads of opportunities to do this, so I am used to doing it. All of the kids today were cognitively challenged and love going to school. One of the benefits these kids get

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Why I Need to Buy Some New Blue Jeans

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Kitty-Cat . . . It’s Okay

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Thanksgiving Turkey: Very Quick Brush and Ink Sketch

I have been getting a lot of requests from the client/trainees at Assembly for turkey drawings to color. So here we go. This is based on the outlined hand thing we all did in elementary school just with extra fingers

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Autumn Gourd 1 of 2

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Autumn Gourd 2 of 2

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Assembly: Change Change Change

A long time ago I learned the truthyism: nothing is constant except change itself. This is not a bad way to understand the world, but for some reason some people just don’t get it. We have a situation in Assembly

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Assembly: Grey Foam

I substitute taught the highest production team in Assembly today since their boss had her last day yesterday. Assembly is a day-program/transition department for cognitively-disabled adults for the Provo School District. The people I work with are called clients or

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Departures

I love substitute teaching. I love the variety and daily change of pace. Even when I’ve done long term assignments each day is different. One of the other nice aspects is being able to look at the politics of a

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Circles of Intimacy

Today at Central Utah Enterprises (CUE), I discussed the Circles of Intimacy with the staff and how it is being used with middle-school kids with the same or stronger disabilities than the clients/trainees in laundry and assembly. I love the

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