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‘Social Robots’ Show Promise As Autism Intervention
Children with autism could see meaningful social skills gains from working with an interactive robot at home, researchers say. A study published
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When Schools Meet Trauma With Understanding, Not Discipline
If you know anything about New Orleans public schools, you probably know this: Hurricane Katrina wiped them out and almost
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Announcing New Offerings!
As we approach the 2018 – 2019 school year, we’re excited to share some exciting updates about what Changing Perspectives
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What if Schools Focused on Improving Relationships Rather than Test Scores?
University of Georgia education professor Peter Smagorinsky wrote a piece last year about a promising young teacher who chose to
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The Power of Empathy
Often discussed as something that we might do (or perhaps should do) to be a good person, feeling empathetic helps
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An End of Year Message from Sam
Suddenly it’s the end of the school year! I’m not sure how that happened, but I want to thank all of
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Inclusion and Acceptance are the Most Effective Autism “Therapies”
The constant need to label and pathologize everything Autistics do is part of what makes people see them and treat
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Spotlight on Bradford Elementary School
Bradford Elementary School in Vermont has been a Changing Perspectives partner for 3 years. In fact, this school was one
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We Need Your Help to Keep Growing
We’re on a mission to cultivate empathy, but we need your help to keep growing! Recognizing and embracing differences is
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How Does Empathy Work? A Writer Explores the Science and Its Applications
Depending on your point of view, Cris Beam’s “I Feel You: The Surprising Power of Extreme Empathy” might seem either
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