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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Autism Blogs/ Teacher Blogs

Hi Everyone,
I have had a big day at the computer today. My work life balance is a bit out of wack, so I probably need to ban myself from the keyboard tomorrow. I have been busy organising our class blogs for 2009. I have linked some learning centre blogs to our class blog which is now almost finished and can be accessed by clicking on the rocket in the right side margin. I have also spent the day setting up a blog roll on this blog, which is a time consuming task at the best of times, but very time consuming if you start reading and commenting on most of the blogs you are linking. I didn't know how to do it before, so thanks to everyone who paid a visit to some of my favourite blogs when they were on a plain old link list! Any way, the new blog roll area is right at the bottom of this page ( my husband taught me how to use the CTrl/ End short cut to get me down to the bottom of the blog quickly)so I'm feeling very enlightened on a number of levels today. I have spent hours over the last 2 days reading blogs written by people with ASD, their families and the professionals that support them. A really good site to get an insight into living with ASD is 'The Autism Hub'. It is set up so that it is easy to read and locate the sorts of blogs you are interested in reading .

1 comment:

  1. Your website has been so helpful for me as a mother who has a child with autism. I often turn to your blog when looking for ways to help my son's teachers. I also found http://onlineceucredit.com/edu/social-work-ceus-fl to be extremely helpful. Thank you!


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