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512, 2023

School Psychologist Teaching Resilience

By |December 5th, 2023|Categories: Independent Contractor Tips|

Strategies for School Psychologists Building Resiliency in Students Resilience is a powerful quality that enables individuals to navigate life's challenges with strength and adaptability. For students, resilience plays a crucial role in their academic success, emotional well-being, and overall development. In this article, we will delve into the essential role of school psychologists in building resilience among students. We will explore the evidence-based strategies and interventions they [...]

2206, 2023

Speech Language Pathology

By |June 22nd, 2023|Categories: Speech Language Pathology|

Speech Language Pathology Toolkit The world of Speech Language Pathology is constantly evolving to meet the needs of those with communication disorders. Recently, a new development has emerged in this field that is sure to revolutionize how speech-language pathologists are able to diagnose and treat their patients. Using advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms, a new type of technology called a “Speech Language Pathology Toolkit” (SLPT) has been developed. [...]

202, 2023

School Friendly Social Media Accounts

By |February 2nd, 2023|Categories: Social Media Tips|

Learn How to Keep Your Social Media “School Friendly” Over 70% of Americans use at least one social media platform, and establishing an online presence has become important in both personal life and professional development. Here are some tips to help present yourself professionally and set the right boundaries for your online interactions. Follow the Rules The first, most important step to using social media in education is learning [...]

811, 2022

Making OT Fun

By |November 8th, 2022|Categories: Occupational Therapy|

Great New Ways to Keep Children Engaged During Therapy If you want to make the skills you’re teaching stick, you need your students to pay attention. Depending on the age of the student, the time of day, and the activity you’re working on, that’s not always easy. The average child can concentrate on one task for two to five minutes per year of age. In other words, a six [...]

2508, 2022

FAQs for KES Independent Contractors

By |August 25th, 2022|Categories: Independent Contractor Tips|

Contractor’s Frequently Asked Questions How long does it take to start receiving electronic compensation? It is recommended that you complete your Authorization for ACH Electronic Compensation (EPAY) form as soon as possible or prior to your contract start. E-Pay could begin as soon as one week later, but could take up to two billing cycles to process your authorization form. When do I receive my paper check? Paper checks [...]

1603, 2022

Tax Benefits for Independent Contractors

By |March 16th, 2022|Categories: Independent Contractor Tips|

Independent Contractor Tax Tips There are definite benefits to being an independent contractor. For one, you work for yourself, which gives you tremendous flexibility. You are also able to choose where you work and have the opportunity to work as little or as much as you want. It’s important to remember however, that as an independent contractor, you do not have income taxes withheld from your earnings and the [...]

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