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Autism Spectrum Disorders
Today I did an online chat (text-based), which was sponsored by Education Week Teacher, and moderated by Associate Editor Liana Heitin.  Basically the way it worked was, people from around the country (and the world, too, I think) sent in questions that everyone could see in a window on their browser, and then I’d answer...
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Calling all educators!  Want to create an atmosphere in your school or classroom that is based upon the positive attributes of all your students?  Want to meet the needs of kids with special needs by creating IEPs and learning strategies that are based on their strengths?  Then watch this free webinar sponsored by ASCD that...
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The American Institute for Learning and Human Development has just produced five short videos that take up the concept of neurodiversity (the idea that disabilities should be regarded instead as diversities), and apply it to the following diagnoses:  learning disabilities, autism, ADHD, intellectual disabilities, and emotional and behavioral disorders.  In each video, the executive director...
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My publisher ASCD has just announced the publication this week of my new book:  Neurodiversity in the Classroom:  Strength-Based Strategies to Help Students with Special Needs Achieve Success in School and Life.  Here is the complete press release below.  Spread the word! Thomas Armstrong Presents Strength-Based Model for Teaching Learners with Special Needs in New Book Alexandria,...
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On November 29, 2012, I did a free webinar for edWeb.net, a professional social network for the education community.  The topic was Neurodiversity in the Classroom:  Emphasizing Strengths in Students with Special Needs.  It was based on my forthcoming book (out December 13, 2012), entitled:  Neurodiversity in the Classroom:  Strength-Based Strategies to Help Students with...
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