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Maybe It's Not Education

But it sure is special. Check out this amazing young yo-yo master:

Pat Hensley, a retired special education teacher and a member of the board of directors of the Council for Exceptional Children, used this video in her blog as a launching point for a thoughtful discussion on hidden student talents. I've added her blog, Successful Teaching, to the "Blogs I Follow" list that you can see on the lower right of my web page.

Also feel free to check out No Limits to Learning, a blog that focuses on assistive technology, and Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs, a teacher-written blog with good information on both high and "low" technology aids for this group of students.

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