“An Act Concerning Dissection Choice” passed the Connecticut Senate this week with a 34-1 vote and now heads to the Governor’s desk! Connecticut will now join 15 other states and the District of Columbia in guaranteeing students their right opt out of animal dissections and to learn through superior and humane alternatives.
ADHD and executive function students often find assisted technology helpful in dealing with daily challenges. Some of the beneficial ones include voice-activated software, personal organizers, books on tape, and outlining computer programs.
Full spectrum lights copy sunlight and fool the brain into thinking it’s natural sunlight. Light in a sunlight frequency makes people happier.
Students with memory issues may use a digital recorder to make voice notes. A notepad can also be used to jot brief notes to jog memory later.
There are a lot of great educational apps for your phone. There is help with homework, organization, SAT and studying. These tools can help students school work improve.