Category

Adolescence
Yesterday, I wrote a blog post giving 17 reasons why I believe ADHD is not a legitimate medical disorder.  Today, I’ve converted the script into a video with a narrative track and a series of images to drive home what I am saying.  I hope that it will spark some meaningful dialogue.  Enjoy! Share This:
Read More
via GIPHY Our kids are coming to school this school year from a world driven by polarization, aggression, lack of civility, and bullying, among other ills.  All the more reason to inject more kindness into the classroom day.  Kindness is an instinct that is found in babies, but it needs stimulation from the environment to...
Read More
Millions of children are practicing mindfulness all over the world, and while it’s a very simple process of training the mind to be always in the present moment, without judgement, there’s a lot more to it than meets the eye.  It can be useful if a parent or teacher has some creative ways to explain...
Read More
I want to let all my readers know that I’ll be speaking in St. Louis, Missouri April 24-25 at the 2019 Adam Morgan Foundation National Conference, whose theme is ”Be Someone’s Missing Piece of the Puzzle!’  This conference will be focusing on the strengths, abilities, dreams, and goals of individuals that learn and communicate differently....
Read More
Educator and media critic Neil Postman once remarked that:  ”children enter school as question marks and leave school as periods.”  In other words, kindergarteners and first graders are full of enthusiasm, raise their hands high when asked a question, and respond favorably to new learning activities, but by high school, the zip is gone and...
Read More
1 2 3 14

Article Archives