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Alright, Ms. Adams, we got you all set. Your nurse will be in shortly. You doing okay? Yeah, honey, I’m alright, thank you. Hi, Ms. Adams. How are you feeling this morning? I’m glad the surgery is over. I’m pretty sore. I know you are, Ms. Adams. Can you rate your pain for me, please?
>>Hi, I’m Judy Willis and I am a neurologist. I’ve been a neurologist for 15 years and after the 15 years my patient practice really changed. I started getting so many referrals for kids whose teachers thought they had ADD, obsessive compulsive disorder, staring spells, seizures petit mal epilepsy, and the increase was huge and
[♪ Music ♪] Oh, what’s this? Got Plans.. [♪ Music ♪] you guys.. [♪ Music ♪] what is.. yeah, what is Got Plans? There’s a lot of people there… ..I kinda wanna know about it… Do you have a plan? [ students questioning among themselves] Hey, I got a question, do you know what Got
>>Good morning and welcome to “Forest Lake Today”. Alex, do you have any announcements?>>Narrator: Watching the morning TV show at Forest Lake Elementary in Columbia, South Carolina, gives you a good sense of what this school is all about.>>Speaking of cool, Robert, what’s the weather going to be like today?>>Narrator: It is a place where
You remember what it was like in school. It was boring! You sat in class, memorized as much as you could and tried to pass the test at the end. But is that good enough? These days school can be more interesting and effective. By focusing students on work that matters. This is Project Based
>>Teacher: The swine-flu snake greeting. Morning, Morning, Morning, Morning, Morning.>>Narrator: At Carrithers Middle School, the day begins with goofy games, which are often followed by serious discussions.>>Teacher: We’ve been discussing bullying all week long.>>Narrator: The 20 minutes spent in this daily morning meeting is a critical component of Jefferson County, Kentucky’s, district-wide CARE for Kids
>>Sarah: Basically what I want you to know is what people say to us and how other people treat us kind of shapes what we think about ourselves. And I want to share with you a story. One day Maria woke up…>>Narrator: Sarah Button is about to tear her heart out in front of fifth