Recently, I spotted a list called Some things I wish I knew before I had my child with autism. It was fun to read, and in honor of Autism Awareness Month, I decided to assemble my own. Heres my own version of the things I wish I knew before I had my child with autism: 1. Having my child matured me in ways I never thought possible. But, it was his autism that really made me understand human behavior. I had to learn how to break down human behavior into parts – understand antecedents, deal with responses, and find ways to resolve each issue.
As technology has evolved to provide a vast wealth of information at anytime, anywhere, cheating has never been easier. From classmates receiving completed homework via a mass Email to answers popping up on I-Phones during a test, cheating has become as simple as text messaging. Here are five ways to prevent your teenagers from falling to such temptation, assuring that they are attending school to learn rather than to learn how to cheat.