My efforts to walk without devices frequently remind me of trying to unscramble a scrambled egg. An egg cannot be unscrambled because once heat is applied it changes the composition of the egg. Similarly, I am trying to defy existing patterns and mechanics I have used for 30 years to move and learn new ones.
Posts Tagged 'learning'
Since the standard approach to teaching children how to drive a new powered wheelchair is both time intensive and expensive, the researchers at the University of California, Irvine developed a new tool that they hope make learning to drive a power chair as much fun as an amusement park ride. That’s ROLY!
Using the RADIO as a tool to help students with Autism spectrum disorders learn to take part in a conversation
The Temple Gradin School at the University of Colorado in Boulder is offering a summer program for youth aged 11 – 16 on communication skills. The students are learning how to give recorded interviews of each other on the radio, as a technique for learning how to understand another person’s perspective in conversation.