Monday, September 19, 2016

Educational Links 9/20/16

There is No Autism Epidemic 

Making Learning Personalized & Customized 

School Life: A Kid’s Eye View 

You Don't Think ADHD Is Real? 

8 Tips for Talking to Your Child’s Teacher About Dyslexia 

Why How Many Minutes of Teaching Something Isn't the First Thing to Ask of Research 

Early Childhood Learning Environments to Support Young Kids 

On ABC's 'Speechless,' a Student With a Disability Is the Sitcom Star 

ABC this week adds another show to its stable of family-based situation comedies that frequently feature story lines set at school.

Joining the 1980s-set "The Goldbergs," the 1990s-set "Fresh Off the Boat," and contemporary-set "The Middle," "Modern Family," "black-ish," and "The Real O'Neals" is the contemporary-set "Speechless."
If you've been anywhere near a television in the past month, you've seen a promo or two for the heavily hyped show about a family that includes a 16-year-old boy with cerebral palsy who uses an alternative-communications device.

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