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What are the needed requirements to work in the psychology field? #psychology...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:22

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Posted by Denale F.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Check the link below.

If I go into special education would I be stuck in that field?

I have heard this is true. #teaching #teacher...



Active Mar 21 at 23:27

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Posted by Shianne D.
Stephanie Logan Jensen | Services Specialist at Dell No you would not be stuck as teaching and careers in ...

College advice for someone with Asperger's?

I've been recently diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome and I was just hoping for some advice on how to get through college and how to deal with real life with this. Advice on how to deal with sensory sensitivities in the real world is especially appreciated. #college-advice #college #health...



Active Jan 18 at 20:12

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Posted by Meghan B.

How will a neurological sleep disorder affect my college experience?

I was diagnosed with narcolepsy during the summer of 2017. Prior to my diagnosis, I was constantly falling asleep during class and while doing homework and was unable to focus. Although I am on medication, I am not sure how the stress and fast pace college life will be affected by it....

#college #narcolepsy #special-needs #academic-advising #disability


Active Apr 21 at 00:28

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Posted by Brittney E.

As a high school student what are some ways that I can get myself ready to teach a classroom of special needs students?

I am asking since once I get my master's in special education k through 12. I plan to teach them. I want to know if there are any steps I can take to get myself ready. #special-education #special-needs #career-development...



Active May 14 at 16:03

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Posted by Abigail C.
Amy Torgerson | Business Analyst at Fannie Mae I have substituted in special needs classrooms before and I would ...

How many years of college would I have to attend to become a Special Needs Nurse, and own my own Special Needs Hospital?

I am simply asking because that is the profession I would like to partake in. #nursing #nurse #pediatric-nursing #nursing-education #medical-assisting...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:33

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Posted by Kyera T.

What are possible careers for a person who majored in Behavioral Neuroscience?

I am interested in how the brain works, and specifically why it causes people to act the way they do. I want to work with people with special needs, but wonder if this is a plausible career. I am also interested in research, maybe also related to special needs. #neuroscience...

#behavioral-health #cognitive-psychology #special-needs #neuroscientist #neurology #child-development


Active Oct 16 '17 at 16:38

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Posted by Phoebe H.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Phoebe, You can choose "Educational Neuroscience"! “Educational neuroscience (also called ...

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