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Tips for College Professors: Adults with Autism in their Classrooms

Maintain Routine

Students need consistency and structure.

Students may react negatively to change. Some need a logical explanation for the change.

Warn students ahead of time about changes. 222 more words


Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson Poetry Review (Mod 1)

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Woodson, Jacqueline. Brown Girl Dreaming. Nancy Paulsen Books: New York, 2014. ISBN 9780399252518

Plot Summary:

This is the biography of Jacqueline Woodson, an African American writer. 333 more words

Chicken PoPs


  • 2 chicken breasts
  • 1 TBS Sweet Chili sauce
  • Half cup bread crumbs
  • Half cup all purpose Flour
  • 2 Eggs
  • 3 TBS of heavy cream…
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The Importance Of Imagination In Adults | Billy Ojai

Imagination – All of us have potentially powerful imaginations. The only difference is how much we use it. When we fall into a routine it’s easy to forget about thinking creatively.

Brick Throwers

If someone throws bricks at you (and they will), don’t throw them back

pick them up and build yourself a road to where you want to go ( 13 more words


Some of the best colleges and universities in the country offer support and help for students with high functioning autism.

The question no longer is, “Do we or don’t we let them in?”

The question is, “How are we going to help them now that they are here?” 507 more words


From the Cradle...Girl Power

Under the “you have got to see this” heading, on a day (20 Jan. 2017) for odd happenings, I discovered Disney Hyperion Books’ news of an early trainer on Feminism by Buzzfeeed senior writer and artist Loryn Brantz. 259 more words