Neurodiversity in the Classroom offers the reader a practical guide on taking students’ strengths as the starting point to help them achieve success.
Are they spending time doing math worksheets and learning state capitals? Are they getting teased and bullied? Do you spend more time getting them to start the homework than it actually takes to do the homework? These things may not seem to be con...
Over the years I discovered inclusion isn’t about occupying space in a classroom. It’s about attitude – team work, cooperation, and communication. It’s not an easy concept to implement.
Recently I’ve been impressed by websites on the internet which focus on visual, fun ways to teach children. I’ve talked to many parents whose children have trouble learning in traditional classrooms in traditional ways.
“Eleanor isn’t even counted enough as a person/student in my class to be included in the ‘everyone’ category,” Harriet.
Jeremy Sicile-Kira sees the world in vibrant colors: alluring oranges and yellows, calming purples and blues and soothing greens. And for the first time, the autistic artist is sharing that vision with the world.
Rahul Sood, CEO of Urikin a high-tech firm talks about hiring the very talented Scott Deutsch who is a techie and happens to be autistic.
Think you've got a good memory? Think again. Drawing a world map from scratch would already be considered a difficult feat, let alone taking on the near-impossible task of doing it from memory. Yet, images have gone viral of a New Yorker accomplis...