Monthly Archives: November 2013

Restricted Interests

I thought our discussion last week concerning “diving” vs “skimming” to be extremely interesting. For one, graduates students naturally delve very deep into one particular area, and we are expected to be experts. See┬áthis website some interesting insight into our … Continue reading

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Sociality – There’s An App For That

A parent comes into therapy saying their child needs help being social. “Teach social skills. My child does not interact with other kids.” But when you sit down with the child, the child is able to interact and seems to … Continue reading

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Sad Reality of Education Based on Socioeconomic Status

I saw this article in the New York Times today. I think the most powerful and compelling parts of this article were “The United States is one of few advanced nations where schools serving better-off children usually have more educational … Continue reading

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