DO[N'TQU]IT Program: Adobe Photoshop CS6 Resources: Wood Texture
“The Brain is a monstrous, beautiful mess.” – William F. Allman Program: Adobe Photoshop CS6 Resources: Wood Texture
Download: ActivInspire Flipchart (.flipchart) at TeachersPayTeachers ($5.00) Programs: ActivInspire (Promethean Board) Counting and Number Writing Flipchart Lesson for ActivInspire (Promethean Boards). First count graphics to the left, trace the number using a stylus, then write the number independently for 1-10. Great for lower elementary students or children with disabilities/special education. [ ... ]
A compilation of helpful websites and programs that I have compiled to help out with being a student with disabilities, or learning to adapt to having certain difficulties, especially those related to reading/writing/organization/attention difficulties. Schoolwork Aids SoundGecko – Listen to websites, articles, PDFs, and more (useful for those with difficulties [ ... ]
Program: Adobe Photoshop CS6 Daily Brain Aneurysm Facts Graphics created for Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month in September, 2013, for AVM Awareness Project’s Facebook Page. Want to share the images on Facebook? All of them are published in our Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month Album there! Please click “Share” on the images [ ... ]
The Cruel and Unusual Punishment of Death in the United States Currently in the United States of America, there are 33 states, along with the U.S. Military and U.S. Government, which allow the death penalty. The rest of the states, along with the District of Columbia, have abolished the death [ ... ]
Investigating Therapeutic Horseback Riding as Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorder Introduction According to the newly revised fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V), released in May of 2013, a person diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) must have “persistent deficits in social communication and social [ ... ]
On a chilly weekend, we decided that walks around lakes in the area were in order, because it was winter, and I wanted to take photographs of the lakes in the winter. I was pleasantly surprised to see that majority of the lakes’ surfaces were completely frozen over with inches [ ... ]
We had a night of sleet/ice, and woke up to all the trees and the ground covered in sheets of ice, tiny icicles forming on everything. So I took half an hour to ice skate around my house, taking photographs of the icicles and ice-covered trees before it all melted. [ ... ]
Rehabilitation Over Retribution: Analysis of the Norwegian Penal System On July 22, 2011, an Islamphobic, anti-Feminist, conservative, right-wing extremist entered a political youth summer camp in Utøya Island, Norway, dressed as a police officer, and opened fire at the participants. Few hours earlier, he had detonated a bomb made from [ ... ]
There were Snow Days and a trip to New York City, but I have also taken photographs without any occasions. So here is a gallery of miscellaneous photographs from January, 2014. All taken with Nikon D7000. You can see them all on my Flickr Account (xhiro).
I walked a lot, drank a lot of coffee and tea, and ate a lot. (I guess I also slept a lot, too…) I really regretted not bringing my DSLR to New York City, since I was doing so much walking, but I took photographs anyways, and hope they will [ ... ]
Few days after New Years was a Snow Day! I made a Winter 2014 Album Set on Flickr for all the winter photos. These photographs were taken with Nikon D7000 and Canon PowerShot SX210 IS.