Examples of art from people with Autism, from the book "Drawing Autism" ("Celebrating the artistry and self expression. by individuals diagnosed with autism")
The Girl Who Didn’t Know How To Be is an unique picture book about neurodiversity and what it means to be different in this world. This story highlights the difficulties […]
AIWS is raising funds for The Girl Who Didn't Know How To Be on Kickstarter! A picture book about neurodiversity (and everyday struggle trying to survive in the neurotypical world)
The Girl Who Didn't Know How To Be - Kickstarter video
The principle goal of education- Jean Piaget- I'm pretty sure this type of education cannot be measured by a standardized test.
Our homemade treehouse that is great for exercise and creative play in kids with monkey bars, a climbing wall, a rope, a slide, zip line and slack line.
says the girl that just pinned churro breakfast tacos, fried oreo cookies and an iron skillet filled with cinnamon rolls.
I do agree with this but they need the scores and I need a job, this is the world we live in, we can have both "I care more about the people my students become than the scores on the tests they take.
Love That Max : 30 ways to respect kids and adults with disabilities
Get Organized Without Losing It (Laugh & Learn)/Janet S.
RC hopes and dreams criteria
These privilege cards contain great non-tangible rewards to be used in the classroom. Each card contains another privilege. Students can pick one as a prize
Everyone has a superpower! Some one suggested to me that we go with a Super Hero theme for the next school year. If we do, I found poster I want! What's your super power?
Clutter-Free Classroom: Sports Themed Classrooms - idea for bb outside classroom