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Learning Differences: Pursuing Positive Supports

I met with a distraught client the other day. Her son, who attends an independent school priding itself on specializing in differential learners, had a very bad week. The school’s disciplinary point system – an ad hoc way for teachers to let students know…

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educators

Smart Dog

“Poodles are difficult to train as guide dogs, they’re too smart.” So said the elderly blind gentleman who was holding the leash of a black

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educators

Screen Time = Scream Time

It amazes me when people purposely purchase cars with DVD players installed. Talk about a bad trip…a bad road trip. Particularly for gifted and distractible

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Looking Beyond Behavior

Joey is a highly gifted boy identified with ADHD. Speaking impulsively in class one day, Joey unintentionally insulted his teacher, a teacher he was very fond of. Up to this point, they’d had a wonderful relationship, but bored Joey blurted out…

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Film Festival Debut — The Documentary 2e: Twice Exceptional

I had the privilege of attending the premiere of Tom Ropelewski’s documentary 2e: Twice Exceptional at the Richmond International Film Festival on February 26, 2015. The film highlights a number of 2e students’ trajectory to senior year in high school at Bridges Academy, a school for 2e students located in Studio City, California.

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