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Welcome to Digital Learning By Design! Tune in for resources, discussions, and updates in the world of digital learning, education and robotics. Topics will also include Project Based Learning With Teachnology and 21st Century Pedagogy.
 
Welcome to the All About Kids Podcast brought to you by All About Kids (@aaakcares), the leading provider of children’s therapeutic and educational services in New York. This podcast will dive deep into discussions on children’s developmental needs and the stories of parents and other adults who have dealt with developmental disorders. Each conversation on this show is an extension of our mission: to create a world where all children have access to intervention allowing them to live a full a ...
 
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This time, I sit down with Jennifer Cody, an occupational therapist with over a decade of experience, and the OT & PT Supervisor at All About Kids. This is episode is the second of a two-part series on sensory diets. In this episode, Jenn walks me through how to implement sensory diets in an increasingly digital world, what to do if you are in need…
 
In this episode of All About Kids, Zach talks with Jennifer Cody about the long-overdue buzz around the importance of sensory processing. Increasingly parents and teachers are recognizing the powerful impacts of environmental feedback, which is exciting for occupational therapists like Jenn, who is also a supervisor at AAK. She has devoted her care…
 
In this episode of all about kids, Zach talks with Jerry Rothwell, a documentary filmmaker who has made films like Town of Runners, How To Change the World, Heavy Load, and most recently, The Reason I Jump, inspired by the writings of a young non-speaking autistic boy. The film centers around the central question of the author, Naoki Higashida, ‘co…
 
In this episode of all about kids, Zach talks with Faye Miah, a speech-language pathologist whose path to helping kids is both unusual and inspiring. A native of Vietnam, she was first exposed to the world of speech rehabilitation through annual visits to her hometown by Operation Smile, an international nonprofit that provides a range of surgeries…
 
In this episode of all about kids, Zach talks with Dominic Trevisan, a psychologist who focuses on autistic research. Dominic shares how he became interested in autistic research and explains how the autistic mind processes information differently. Zach and Dominic discuss how the changes from COVID may impact children and people with autism, as we…
 
In this episode, Zach talks with Dr. Kathleen Keefe-Cooperman, an associate professor at LIU Post and a clinical psychologist for the Committee on Preschool Special Education in the New York City area. They discuss the joy of toddlers and the effect of COVID-19 on evaluations. Dr. Keefe-Cooperman also shares the technology gap between adults and ch…
 
In this episode, Zach talks with Tao Moran, a special educator and play therapist who was inspired to switch careers by her autistic son. Tao shares the importance of early intervention and how the pandemic led to her finally understanding the benefits of embedded practice. They also discuss the importance of parent involvement and how technology c…
 
Today’s episode features Kacy Wickerson, speech-language pathologist and owner of Teach Speech Services which is a platform that teaches caregivers strategies on how to build communication skills at home. Kacy shares how she began, what therapy looks like during a pandemic, and weighs in on the relationship with parents and pediatricians. She also …
 
Our guest on this episode of the All About Kids podcast is Haley Moss, the first openly autistic lawyer admitted to the Florida bar. Haley spent her early career working in litigation before deciding to start her own business where she consults with companies on their inclusion practices and policies. She points out that many things that could be p…
 
Our guest on this episode of the All About Kids podcast is Phillipa Ross, a speech language pathologist who is completing her clinical fellowship with AAK. Phillipa shares her perspectives on the abrupt shift to teletherapy in the midst of COVID-19, discussing both the challenges and the opportunities that the digital platform present for having me…
 
Danielle Pugliese: Understanding 'Dog' Versus 'Dog' In this episode, Zach talks with Danielle Pugliese, a speech-language pathologist who spent her clinical fellow year with All About Kids. They discuss the difference between a specific dialect and a problem, how effort best measures success during a pandemic, and why agencies are not as bad as the…
 
In this episode, Zach talks with Carrie Clark, a speech-language pathologist and founder of speechandlanguagekids.com. They discuss the importance of education, the connection between support and therapy and how the coronavirus will lead to positive structural changes in the industry. Carrie also shares what bugs her about her job and what we can a…
 
Kirk Smith: What's Funny About Autism? In this episode, Zach talks with Kirk Smith, a stand-up comedian and father to a 21-year old severely autistic son. They discuss the lack of certainty in a creative profession, how autism is challenging but funny, and why you have to adjust your expectations to find joy. Kirk also shares the permanence of loss…
 
Topic: K-12 Robotics Topics For April 2018Daniel: First Robotics Pilot Program for K-1 and 2-5 (WeDO 2.0)First is offering a grant to school districts for piloting a K-1 curriculum using Lego/DuploIn North Reading, we are looking at streamlining the FIRST program Grades 2-5 curriculum with a trimester of our curriculum(12 weeks)Lego We Do Intro htt…
 
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