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Temple Grandin: The world needs all kinds of minds

Temple Grandin: The world needs all kinds of minds

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TED-Ed website launches in beta, lets teachers customize video lessons TED-Ed Launches Groundbreaking Website with New Tools for Customized Learning TED-Ed Platform Allows Teachers to "Flip" Video Content and Create Tailored Lesson Plans NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--TED, the nonprofit organization devoted to "Ideas Worth Spreading," today launches the second phase of its TED-Ed initiative: a groundbreaking website [ housed on that enables teachers to create unique lesson plans around TED-Ed video content. "Kohl's is committed to kids' education and we are thrilled to partner with TED to provide inspiring educational tools for teachers and students around the world" TED-Ed seeks to inspire curiosity by harnessing the talent of the world's best teachers and visualizers – and by providing educators with new tools that spark and facilitate learning.

In Depth with Temple Grandin Author, autism advocate, and animal scientist Temple Grandin talked about her life, career, and body of work. Topics included autism,… read more Author, autism advocate, and animal scientist Temple Grandin talked about her life, career, and body of work. Topics included autism, how she thinks in pictures, and her work with animals. She responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. 40 Famous Quotes by Famous Artists to Inspire You Great quotes not only inspire and motivate, they make you think, and can help you express what you have been feeling. This post highlights 40 famous quotes spoken by classical artists, painters, designers, photographers, poets, and authors. No matter what our craft, we are all artists in our own way. Hope you find this collection of quotes inspirational. I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free — Michelangelo

Processing - Please Wait. "An Exceptionally Simple Theory of Everything"[1] is a physics preprint proposing a basis for a unified field theory, very often referred to as "E8 Theory,"[2] which attempts to describe all known fundamental interactions in physics and to stand as a possible theory of everything. The paper was posted to the physics arXiv by Antony Garrett Lisi on November 6, 2007, and was not submitted to a peer-reviewed scientific journal.[3] The title is a pun on the algebra used, the Lie algebra of the largest "simple", "exceptional" Lie group, E8. The theory received accolades from a few physicists[citation needed] amid a flurry of media coverage, but also met with widespread skepticism.[4] Scientific American reported in March 2008 that the theory was being "largely but not entirely ignored" by the mainstream physics community, with a few physicists picking up the work to develop it further.[5] Overview[edit]

What a Non-Partisan Plan for U.S. Entrepeneurship Would Look Like - Derek Thompson The Republican National Convention praised small businesses and the Democratic response will praise the administration's role in helping job creators. But what would a non-partisan plan for entrepreneurs look like? The theme of the first day of the Republican National Convention was "We Built It," a rallying-cry from entrepreneurs who insisted that they didn't need government to start their businesses. This week, we can expect the Democratic response to highlight the ways Obama's administration has empowered job creators. But what would an entrepreneur-first platform, stripped of party politics, really look like?

Autistic Scientist Temple Grandin Stole The Show At The Emmys; She's Inspired Children, Championed Animals For Decades <br/><a href=" US News</a> | <a href=" Business News</a> Copy Temple Grandin stole the spotlight at the Emmys, standing up right in the middle of the awards show again and again, smiling far wider than the Hollywood stars beside her. Temple is not a movie star, but an HBO biopic about her life has thrust her into the spotlight. The Most Honored Photograph Doesn’t look like much, does it? But, depending upon your definition, this photograph, a team effort by 9 men, is the most honored picture in U. S. History.

Elementary Particle Explorer Welcome to the Elementary Particle Explorer, designed by Garrett Lisi and Troy Gardner. Every known elementary particle is identified by its charges with respect to the electromagnetic, weak, strong, and gravitational forces. Electrons have electric charge -1, up quarks 2/3, down quarks -1/3, and neutrinos 0, with antiparticles having opposite electric charges. In the Standard Model, as you are about to see, these electric charges are a combination of the particles' hypercharge, Y, and weak charge, W. The Elementary Particle Explorer (EPE) allows you to rotate in charge space (by dragging the image), showing the charges of all known particles.

10 talks on making schools great With just over a month to go before the 2012 presidential election in the US, eyes around the world are on the contest between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. The election may well come down to a few key issues. So what matters most to Americans? Temple Grandin Inside ASD Autism Research Institute.url Introduction I am a 44-year old autistic woman who has a successful international career designing livestock equipment. I completed my Ph.D. in Animal Science at the University of Illinois in Urbana and I am now an Assistant Professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University. Early intervention at age 2 1/2 helped me overcome my handicap. Two of the subjects covered in this chapter are the frustration of not being able to speak and sensory problems.

Ya she's brilliant ! I think the majority of brilliant minds fall in her category . The reason they are brilliant in one area ( or more ) is because they are deficient in other areas . This makes them appear unemployable . A big big mistake ! The system filters out the best minds and replaces them with personable drones that follow like sheep . Or lead like a mindless drill Sargents ! Schools also fall into this misconception . Like she says they drop the hands on visual task oriented classes first . Completely opposite to what they should be doing . The hands on visual task oriented classes should be the norm not the exception . All the studies agree visual hands on learning is the way to go ! There is billions of dollars waiting for someone to realize this in the school system MIT is a good example . by mirlen101 Feb 18

I love the Temple Gradin HBO Special!!!! by redd_loki Feb 18

Maps to B-value of Uniqueness and will drop there. by orthomentor Jan 20

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