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What Does It Mean to be Smart? | Gabrielle Raill | TEDxGuelphU

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Welcome Camp Amy Molson 2016 Staff. All staff are expected to complete this module by June 17, 2016. 
Please prepare the following (this should be a minimum of one page single spaced):

New Staff:  Please research one of the following diagnoses: O.D.D., A.D.H.D., Conduct Disorder, Learning Disabilities, Attachment Disorders or Autism Spectrum Disorders as well as intervention strategies that could work with these types of campers at camp. Include the reason that you chose this diagnosis and be sure to thoroughly research your topic finding out common myths and popular misconceptions.

Returning Staff: Please reflect on a camper or campers who participated in our program last summer who presented with a specific diagnosis or learning difficulty. Please discuss ways to remove obstacles that exist for these campers and how we can improve their camp experience.


Please submit your one page reflection to office@campamymolson.com with the subject heading "Module 3".
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