Start with a Question, not a Statement


  If you're an educator, you've undoubtedly been to many workshops and "training sessions".  (I hate that term - I train my dog)  Inevitably, they start with an "icebreaker" which, if you're lucky, has something to do with the topic de jour.  I always hated those timewasters - find someone else wearing green underwear and … Continue reading Start with a Question, not a Statement

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OTR Links 09/16/2012


15 Great iPad Apps for Special Education Students "Students and kids with learning disabilities have also the right to benefit from this surge in the use of educational apps on mobile devices particularly iPad. There are actually several iPad apps that can help your students overcome their autism and speech issues, develop both their communication … Continue reading OTR Links 09/16/2012