It may seem like a lot of money for just one book that will set itself on fire, but the book purchase will come with a few perks. The person who purchases the physical copy will be taken to an undisclosed luxurious hotel where they’ll be able to read their book, watch it explode and have a five-course meal with Patterson. Additionally they will receive the whole Alex Cross book series autographed by Patterson. –New York Daily News
Indeed, letting students be themselves and focusing on process rather than results were the main insights these educators from across the state shared. In her opening remarks, Arts Access Executive Director Betsy Ludwig underlined the importance of utilizing aides but not letting them do the work for the kids, getting to know students by talking to them, their other educators and their family before beginning a lesson, and incorporating augmented technology that lets kids create in their own ways.
“You don’t have to be an expert in every disability,” she said. “Know how to teach your subject, and treat your students as individuals.”
As we learned in a video about Universal Design for Learning, “the ways people learn are as diverse as their fingerprints.” People with autism are varied in their learning needs, not a monolithic category. An arts program is like a building: If you design it for the people in the margins, you wind up serving the center, too. Providing educational content in multiple ways “makes the task big enough to include everyone in the room,” Burdette said. –Indy Week
Writes William Van Meter, in a review of the Owens show for The Cut, “2015 is shaping up to be about the bulge in fashion land.” How exciting. After a series of “conventional” menswear looks — and that’s conventional by Owens’ grunge rock-alypse sportswear aesthetic, at least — the collection skewed toward rampant voyeurism and exposed peens akimbo. But it was spiritual, maybe? –Cosmopolitan
The selected writer will not be engaged to do research; writing only. I will provide you with the story, a chapter by chapter outline and you will have to develop the narrative. The book will describe the life of its main characters who were deprived of the truth . . . brainwashed by the communist regime; how their lives were ruined, changed because of the historical events that took place in that part of the world. . . loss of loved ones, famine, Siberian cold. . . There will be chapters in which romance will be described. . . –craigslist