making the most of difference

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2 thoughts on “making the most of difference”

  1. I had an Asbergers’ student. Her vocabulary was phenomenal, well, her memory was phenomenal. Once the class had got used to her ways, it worked very well to have her in it.

    1. There are so many ways that recognizing brain differences could be beneficial. Instead of one size fits all and trying to get people to be what they’re not, everyone would be so much happier and more useful finding a niche that fits who they are.

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