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* Writing Graphs

I use writing surveys when I want to start a dialog with students about writing; I will also periodically repeat the survey or create one that better matches the student after progress has been made.   477 more words


* Writing surveys

For twice exceptional (2e), high functioning autism kids (ASD), and kids with attention disorders (such as ADHD), writing can be pure trauma.  The key to providing effective support is understanding where the writing process breaks down.   174 more words

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A man discovered that his ax was missing, and he suspected his neighbor’s son. The boy walked like a thief, looked like a thief, and spoke like a thief. 670 more words

Mystaran Skyships in Spelljammer, Part VII: Schooner

The Alphatian Yacht is a very Spelljammer-esque ship, and suits the setting very well. The design of this ship lends itself very well for a pleasure craft of wealthy aristocrats, as well as a fast, light trader. 264 more words


The Languages of Wildspace, Part II

In the first installment, I covered the different categories of languages found in the Known Spheres of Wildspace, as well as Wildspace Common. In this installment, we’ll look at each of the commonly available tongues in the Known Spheres. 1,150 more words


* Twice as nice!

This is a follow up to a previous post of the effort required by twice exceptional students at school.  The same parents who allowed me to use their email to the teacher have graciously permitted me to attach the following description of Tony’s strengths and weaknesses. 36 more words

Twice Exceptional

Brilliant Dyslexic Spies - More Than Code-Breaking MIND Strengths - Alan Turing and More

Perhaps because of Benedict Cumberbatch’s Imitation Game (see movie trailer below), there’s a revival of interest in knowing more about the dyslexic genius mathematician Alan Turing. 375 more words