Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees
Jean Winegardner Jonathan Mooney You wouldn’t know to look at him that Jonathan Mooney is a man with a disability. He is young, handsome, and speaks with an easy style and a confidence that doesn’t reflect early, dire warnings of jail or a life flipping burgers that his early teachers predicted for him.
<img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-37857" title="ari_neeman" src="http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/wiredscience/2010/10/ari_neeman.jpg" alt="" width="660" height="440" /> When Ari Ne’eman walked onstage at a college campus in Pennsylvania in June, he looked like a handsome young rabbi presiding over the bar mitzvah of a young Talmudic scholar. In truth, Ne’eman was facilitating a different kind of coming-of-age ceremony.
identifies and communicates successful strategies as a leading-edge web resource for educational practice. Our first journal issues feature articles on neuroscience, creativity, counseling, technology, data-driven decision making, museum education, arts integration, special education, early education, cultural literacy, action research, Universal Design, international exchange programs, higher education, teacher preparation and more: New!
We're sorry - the page or function you tried to access either could not be found on our Web site or is available only to registered users. Registration is free. To register, click here . If you are already a registered user, click here to log in. Otherwise, we would appreciate it if you could take a moment to let us know of this problem.