Tag Archives: Special education

How Does Google Autocomplete EdTech Terms?


Did you all see the image online about each state’s biggest stereotype, according to Google’s autocomplete feature in search? If you missed it, here’s the image from the Huffington Post.

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Social Skills Training with a Cool Gadget!


Last night I attended a Mass Innovation Night event for the first time.  Mass Innovation Nights, for those who haven’t heard of them, are monthly meetings that showcase new, innovative products, mostly from entrepreneurs in the Boston area.  Not only … Continue reading

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The Power of One…A Reminder


From time to time we all question how much of a difference we, as individuals, can really make. I’ve been experiencing those moments of self-doubt as I move down this entrepreneurial road. Most of the time I think, shaking my … Continue reading

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The Scourge of Suspending Kids with Disabilities


I read an article in the NY Times this past week that made me really angry.  I don’t tend to get angry much….irritated, frustrated, outraged, yes, but not often angry.  Some of you may have seen the article, Suspensions Are Higher … Continue reading

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Apply! Apply! Apply!


“Today we are fortunate to have a guest blogger, Dr. Melisa (Missy) Reed from Marshall University.  Missy is an expert in Special Education and Behavior Disorders and has trained many teachers and helped many families over the years.  Her real … Continue reading

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