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On August 19, 2013, I did a full-day workshop for the staff at the Wisconsin International School (WIS) in Green Bay, Wisconsin (photo to left).  Also attending were staff from St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic School in Two Rivers, Wisconsin (photo below).   Both schools are International Baccalaureate schools, a prestigious international accreditation focused on helping...
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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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I’ve just completed a 13 minute video (available on You Tube) that describes my new book:  Neurodiversity in the Classroom:  Strength-Based Strategies to Help Students with Special Needs Achieve Success in School and Life.  In the video I explain the concept “neurodiversity,” describe my idea of ”positive niche construction” (which is essentially, creating a favorable...
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While I was speaking at the SuperKids 2012 conference in the Philippines in September, I was interviewed by Nikka Santos, a reporter for an online social new network, Rappler.   Last week, her story appeared on that news source in an article titled, “The Heart of Learning.”   Here is her story with accompanying photos from my...
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My Note:  During my recent trip to the Philippines, I did a number of media interviews (television, print, and online).  Here is an article that came out of one such interview.  It appeared at www.InterAkyson.com, the online news portal of TV 5 in Quezon City, Philippines: Educator warns: Be wary of schools preparing kids for ‘next level,’ focus...
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