Posted on December 01, 2011 in News
Today’s pick, the blog at Clutter Free Classroom, will be prized by any teacher who wants a peaceful and organized space, but it may be particularly helpful for educators who have students on the spectrum in their classrooms. All learners may appreciate order in the classroom, but many students with autism need …
Posted on November 17, 2011 in News
For at least three great reasons, I am posting the blog for Including Samuel as our featured resource this week:
My inclusion group (Oak Park Inclusion Network) along with a neighborhood inclusion group (Riverside Inclusion Network) are hosting a screening of the film tonight at the …
Posted on November 10, 2011 in News
Do you love Pretending to be Normal as much as I do? The author, Liane Holliday Willey, has a fairly new blog up at Psychology Today. It has all of the wit and wisdom you find in her books and then some. Bookmark this gem …
After months of waiting for many of us, May 12th, 2011 is our chance to see Wretches and Jabberers. The film’s producer, John Hussman, is sponsoring “100 Cities, One NIght for Autism”, which promises to be special viewing of the movie in 100 select cities across the country (full listing of locations).
It isn’t often I get to spend the day with 500 kids talking about matchbox cars, stuffed animals, trains, and baseball cards. For this reason, this past Tuesday was an exceptionally fun day. Patrick Schwarz (my co-author) and I got to spend an entire day reading Pedro’s Whale and speaking to children about how to tap into their fascinations and gifts as a tool for learning, comfort, inspiration, and social connection.