It has been a very busy summer so far. I was home for only a couple of days after my trip to Tobago before making another trip to Vancouver, B.C. This time, I was attending the International Association of Special Education biennial conference. This was a gathering of special educators from38 countries around the world.
I had the privilege of presenting some research on the benefits of learning magic tricks for individuals with autism. And I was able to show a quick video clip of the documentary I’ve been working on, MORE ALIKE THAN DIFFERENT. You can watch it below.
The conference was a fun time to connect with some old friends and to form some new relationships. As a result, I have some very exciting projects in the works…but more on those later. There’s a lot to write about but I need to organize my thoughts first.
I know this is quick entry but I’m sorting through some photos from Magic Camp in Ohio from last week. I’ll be sharing these with you soon! In a couple of days, I’m off to Atlanta to speak at the Southeast Homeschool Conference on how to engage students in learning through the arts.