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Intricate Minds II: Understanding Elementary School Classmates with Asperger Syndrome

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Video DVD - Intricate Minds II: Understanding Elementary School Classmates with Asperger Syndrome

by: Coulter Videos


Concept:

INTRICATE MINDS II features interviews with boys and girls age 8 through 12 who describe what it's like to have Asperger Syndrome. The DVD is effective, invites empathy, and discourages classmates from bullying. It provides a perfect opportunity to explain that we are all very similar, despite our differences.

Description:

The video reveals some of the positive qualities classmates will find if they look past the “different” behaviors that kids with AS sometimes exhibit in school. The program also takes viewers inside Asperger Syndrome with demonstrations to help them see things from the point of view of kids who have AS.

 

Contents:

interviews with students who describe how their neurological conditions make them think and act differently.

 

Reviews:

School Library Journal Review – Ann Crewdson, King County Library System, Issaquah, WA
A series of interviews with youngsters (diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome) aged 8 to 12 [_The children give examples of how their behavior can be misunderstood and express their feelings about being socially ostracized [_the emphasis is on looking beyond the disability for the student’s strengths. This approach is effective, invites empathy, and discourages classmates from bullying by challenging stereotypes. A terrific tool for teaching tolerance.

 

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