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Ed Online Rich educational content for use at home, in classrooms and on the go. We currently feature content for the Celebration of Teaching & Learning (professional development), WIDE ANGLE (global awareness), OVER HERE and CITY OF PARKS (teen-made documentaries). OVER HERE is a half-hour documentary made by six local high school students about the WWII homefront as seen through the eyes of New Yorkers who were themselves teenagers at the time. This delightful and positive work was the second most popular itunes view for September 2008. Produced by WNET.ORG and Reel Works Teen Filmmaking as a local companion piece to Ken Burns' latest PBS series THE NATIONAL PARKS, CITY OF PARKS follows six high school auteurs as they seek out the often overlooked beauty and history of New York City's National Parks and Monuments.
BDA Technology Text to Speech (TTS) software speaks the text on the computer screen using a generated voice. TTS is one of the most powerful technologies for help with reading or writing, particularly if you: read slowly or with difficulty;find it difficult to concentrate when reading;want feedback when writing;want help with spotting errors when proof-readinghave visual stress when reading paper or a screen;benefit from the multisensory experience of seeing and hearing. Asperger's syndrome Asperger's syndrome is a developmental disorder that affects a person's ability to socialize and communicate effectively with others. Children with Asperger's syndrome typically exhibit social awkwardness and an all-absorbing interest in specific topics. Doctors group Asperger's syndrome with other conditions that are called autistic spectrum disorders or pervasive developmental disorders. These disorders all involve problems with social skills and communication.
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Autism Island: 50 things you SHOULD say to autism parents. I received many comments wondering when I was going to post 50 things you should say to autism parents like I promised. Here is one comment that I think sums up how many people feel “I do not have autistic children. Most of the things on this list sound horrible. Some of the things I think are people trying to make conversation and simply understand your world better. How about creating another list of things you’d prefer to hear people say?