Group Link Post 06/19/2016
Tinkering with Old Technology — The Learner’s Way
As technology evolves and its inner workings increasingly disappear from view, replaced with solid-state parts hidden by glass, aluminium and plastic, our understanding of what makes the world operate is similarly impeded. When machinery from just a few decades ago is viewed a world of moving parts, linkages, cogs and levers is revealed. These mechanical objects contain an inherent beauty and inspire curiosity in ways that modern devices with their pristine surfaces and simplified design language do not. Opportunities to explore devices from the past open our eyes and lead us to new questions of how our devices function, how machines do the jobs we need them to do and how engineers solve problems.
7 Ways To Bring Self-Advocacy To Your Next IEP
Steps that you can take to prepare students to become self-advocates, beginning with his or her IEP.
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