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This blog post of mine originally appeared in Gail and Paul Dennison’s new website Hearts at Play, on Thursday, August 29, 2013.   The Dennison’s are the co-founders of Brain Gym® which has helped so many kids with learning difficulties achieve success in school, home, and life.  I am happy to connect with them on this...
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The New York Times yesterday highlighted a story about a so-called ”change agent” in education; a  school superintendent in Connecticut who is creating waves by increasing student testing, imposing a standardized curriculum, and upholding a more centralized system for teacher evaluation.  Nothing new there.  But what really struck me about the article was when they...
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Principal:  ”Okay, I think we’re ready to start.  Who wants to get the ball rolling?”‘ School Psychologist:  ”Well, I ran him through some tests, but his attention was all over the place.  He kept looking at a part of the wall in my office where the plaster had fallen off, and said he saw a battleship fighting a...
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I wanted to let people know that I will be flying to Dubai, United Arab Emirates on Saturday, and plan to do two trainings co-sponsored by my organization, the American Institute for Learning and Human Development, and a Middle Eastern group, Medex International.  On January 17-18, I will do a two-day training on ”Multiple Intelligences Skills”...
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Here are some quotations that I’ve collected over the years about the amazing genius of children. “The real magic wand is the child’s own mind.” – Jose Ortega Y Gasset (Spanish philosopher) “The great man is he who does not lose his child’s heart.” – Mencius (Chinese sage) “No Columbus, no Marco Polo has ever seen stranger and...
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