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Brene Brown - Boundaries, Empathy, and Compassion

I do not own any rights to this interview. I could not find this exact interview anywhere on YouTube, so I decided to upload it. This was found on the Facebook page: The Work of the People.

This is an interview with scholar, author, and public speaker, Brene Brown. In this interview, she speaks about setting boundaries, her B-I-G idea, the belief of compassion, and the act of empathy.

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Using tablets to support dyslexic learners | Soffed

However, this post also argues that for many learners, particularly those with additional support needs, tablets, especially iPads and the range of Apps can really make a difference and engage many learners who might otherwise fail or disengage...

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Teaching kids empathy: In Danish schools, it’s … well, it’s a piece of cake

Teaching kids empathy: In Danish schools, it’s … well, it’s a piece of cake | Social Care | Scoop.it
The Danes’ highly developed sense of empathy is one of the main reasons that Denmark is consistently voted one of the happiest countries in the world (this year it is once again number one). Empathy plays a key role in improving our social connections, which is a major factor in our overall happiness.

What many don’t realize is that empathy is a learned skill that many of us miss out on in America. In fact, some studies show empathy levels have dropped up to 40 percent in the U.S. in the last 30 years, while narcissism is on the steady rise.

 

JESSICA ALEXANDER


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iPads for Communication, Access, Literacy and Learning (iCALL)

iPads for Communication, Access, Literacy and Learning (iCALL) | Social Care | Scoop.it

CALL Scotland

 

Author: Craig Mill and the CALL Team

Published: 2012   

File Type and Size: PDF,8.4Mb

 

"Mobile devices such iPads, iPods and iPhones have taken the world by storm and are increasingly used in teaching and learning, and/or in therapy, to support learners with additional support needs, as well as for personal use. We are aware that people are all at different levels of experience in their use of iPads. We hope this Guide will provide you with helpful information and resources to help you on your way. "


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Supporting learners with additional support needs

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