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    Slide1- 123TokenMe: A powerful teaching tool. Not just an app.
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    Slide2- Work one-on-one with a learner in a session
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    Slide3- Token up to six learners at the same time
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    Slide4- Instantly change students with a single tap
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    Slide5- Store unlimited students and create groups quickly
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    Slide6- Add favorite reinforcers quickly to the reward chest 
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    Slide7- 123TokenMe automatically collects data by student, teacher, and behavior
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    Slide8- Celebrate success with an animated award show at the completion of every session

  • June 9, 2014: 

    Last Friday night was super! Kathy’s school district had their big special ed dance. The theme was super heroes. Teachers, aides, and SLPs joined the middle and high schoolers in dressing up.

     

    Judging by the fun everyone had, there were quite a few real life super heroes in attendance.

  • April 9, 2014: 

    So, why a circle for this photo? Think about it…

     

    A circle encompasses infinite points. Rough edges are smoothed. No telling where it begins. Or ends. A circle rolls right through good and bad. Early influences are circled back to again and again. There are no square pegs.

     

    Doesn’t this describe education? Special education? The many points include teachers, but also family, therapists, friends, and more. The rough edges are gaps in our knowledge, behaviors, and interactions that it helps to fill. Our learning starts early, lasts a lifetime, and, if we’re fortunate, is passed on to the future. Of course there are good and bad days, but education continues. Early learning reverberates throughout our lives. Square pegs? Nope. Certainly not with Miss Kathy’s students.