Archive for the 'Colleges' Category

youtu.be/TXStEuO5iQg Jeremy Snyder and Julie Platt, students at Wesleyan University, are starting a university chapter of Project Eye-to-Eye, a national mentoring project for children with learning disabilities. In this article from the Wesleyan Argus, the students describe their start-up process this summer and the goals of Eye-to-Eye. They’re looking for about a dozen high caliber […]

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In this Washington Post blog entry, Meghan Benzel, who graduated with an associate’s degree from Landmark College in Vermont in May, talks about what she believes led to her success. What I like is how her path to life and school success includes multiple stops. She starts with an associates degree from college and will […]

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Masters in Teaching

This is a link to Lori Kobelan’s site. It looks like she’s put a lot of time into cateloguing various options for pursuing a Master’s degree in Teaching.

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A story on National Public Radio highlighting the increasing number of colleges in the United States that support students with ASD, particularly I would say, those with Asperger’s. This is great to see. There are other colleges besides the ones mentioned that have mentoring and other support services available. [via Richard Wanderman]

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