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This semester promises to be the busiest of your high school career. While you are frantically composing personal statements and filling out college applications, you will also be teaching middle schoolers robotics and solving the world's biggest challenges. But not to worry, we are here to help. Use this website to check in on assignments and learn what you missed when you are absent.
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Here are some resources recommended by Phyllis, one of our inclusion specialists.
This site has lots of resources including Down's Syndrome
Play with Disabilities
The powerpoint is from NAU and looks excellent especially for your introductions
Adapting Toys ( research based)
Sites that sell toys for students with disabilities
How do children with Autism Play?
Here is what you signed up to read. The numbers in parentheses is the copy of "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind" assigned to that person. Failure to return the book will incur a replacement charge.
In addition to a scale drawing of your design with relevant dimensions (height, width, length, etc), include the following:
List of Parts:
[a list of all the parts you will need to build the vehicle]
[a paragraph describing how your vehicle works (especially any propulsion or aerodynamic enhancements)]
Use the following prices to compute the cost of your vehicle. If you are using any additional parts not in this list, include them into the total cost.
Here is what you signed up to read. The "Boy who harnessed the wind" is oversubscribed. If you still want to read this book, you will have to obtain your own copy. The numbers in parentheses is the copy assigned to that person. Failure to return the book will incur a replacement charge.
Here's the list of who is working on which MAC. Please don't use a MAC not assigned to the person in your group.