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Book Review: Look Me In the Eye

John Elder Robison is a name that pops up in the online autism community from time to time. When that happened I was never sure why he was well known. 375 more words

Information As Power: Digital Control of Learning in an Era of Superstudents. Or, Tale of Two Eras: Two Stories, Two Generations and Zero Change

1987:  There’s no doubt the learning game is changing, K-16. And the teaching game, in this digital age, is running ten steps behind, as usual. Even 30 years ago, Ivory towers attracted the brightest students. 2,140 more words

AD&D 2nd Edition Character Sheet

I am planning my annual ‘Gaming in a Cabin in the Woods’ weekend this summer and will be running a AD&D 2E game. I know the art is from Everquest, but to me, Larry Elmore’s art will always scream this time period.

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New Year. New Goals.

I started this blog way back in September or October with big hopes and plans.  And that’s it.  Started it by naming it.  Never wrote another single thing.  182 more words


The Questions I Asked My Assessor

I decided to get formally assessed for autism myself. Having been misdiagnosed in the past, it was very important to me that we get it right. 777 more words

(Cont.) There's something we need to tell you about L...

L was a really early talker and we shared a deep connection where he communicated his needs from being tiny. The content of his talking changed around two years and four months-coinciding with the suggestion of ASC. 737 more words

Learning to Read to Learn to Speak?

I have this theory that learning to read will prompt Lady Bug to put more words together on her own, or at least give her more scripts to use. 609 more words