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ASCD’s Whole Child Initiative has launched a series of podcasts on a number of issues important to the full development of a child’s potential in school.  I was fortunate to be a part of their most recent podcast which focused on early childhood education.   The title of the podcast was:  ”Early Childhood Education: Balancing Expectations...
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The October 8, 2013 online edition of the Wall Street Journal included an article entitled ”Training Program Helps Students With Autism Land Jobs” by Carolyn Geer.   In the article, Ms. Geer examines how training programs for students identified as autistic are now starting to focus on their strengths, and are matching strengths to workplace needs...
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I’m happy to report that the Japanese translation of my book The Power of Neurodiversity:  Unleashing the Advantages of Your Differently Wired Brain, has just been released by NHK Publishing Inc. in Tokyo.  This is my fourth book to be translated into Japanese.  If there are Japanese speakers reading this, contact me (thomas@institute4learning.com) and I...
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The latest issue of Wired magazine contains an article on neurodiversity which references my book Neurodiversity in the Classroom:  Strength-Based Strategies to Help Students with Special Needs Succeed in School and Life.  It’s their 20th anniversary edition, where, according to the editors:  ”we’ve gathered stories for, by, and about the people who have shaped the planet’s past...
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On April 28, 2013, I did a 45 minute blog talk radio interview with Marianne Russo, founder, president and host of The Coffee Klatch Special Needs Talk Radio Network.  We discussed the concept of neurodiversity and how it can make a huge difference in the lives of kids with special needs. I talked about seven...
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