Thursday, June 24, 2010


What to do with our kids with social cognitive deficits who have trouble establishing "reference," such that you or their peers don't really know whom they are talking about?  On the flip side, what else can we do to cue the ones who spend hours and hours in spaces with other human beings and retain no information on them, perhaps even neglecting to to learn the names of teachers and other oft-seen peers?  Check out my post on social thinking and the story grammar element of character, over at the Mindwing blog.

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