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Former educator of 10+ years, mother of 2 teens, MEd+, committed to helping enhance learning for students of all ages across the diversity of abilities and unique, but essential differences in society. I enjoy crafts, design of all kinds, and any information from others that can help me with my own 2 children and personal life.
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I use blogging to express my own philosophy of beliefs on the variety of differences in human learning, intelligences, and development, with specific information on ADHD, the effects of brain injury, hormones, epilepsy, and related concepts based on experience, learning, and ongoing research to help others through various modes of expression.
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