When I wrote my post on “The Five Levels of Inclusion,” it was after coming to a realization. There is currently no philosophical approach to inclusion capable of achieving the vision I have in mind.
Chromebooks are steadily gaining ground on iPads. Why? Here are 7 reasons.
Samsung is making headway in the smartphone market because they are not afraid of innovation. Apple appears stuck in the Steve Jobs playbook of the past, rather than drawing up their own for a market which has changed dramatically since the first smartphones arrived.
While many may diminish the educational perspective of a technology pioneer like Mr. Sims, reality teaches us outsiders often provide the innovation necessary for change, precisely because they are on the outside.
We weren’t the Cunningham’s of Happy Days, nor were we the Huxtable’s of the Cosby Show. We weren’t any of the modern families of Modern Family. We were merely a family that valued learning.
We have been plodders in developing the next iteration of Quick Talk AAC, because of a simple and yet profound realization. Experience is the best teacher. We now have a better understanding of what we need to create.