Map: Real places that inspired the best kids’ books!

Atlas Obscura offers up “A Guide to the Real-Life Homes of the Heroes of Children’s Literature.” Find the actual streets, buildings and spaces that provided the inspiration and settings for some of your favorite books! Thus far, the map only covers North American locales. But imagine the road trip it …

We Can Play!

We Can Play: A guide to Inclusive and Accessible Play is an old (2003) project I worked on with Alice Wershing for the Alliance for Technology Access, based on our years of running accessible play groups at the Center for Accessible Technology in Berkeley, California. It contains 20 one-page activity …

The IRIS Center: Research-based resources for educators

“The IRIS Center is a national center dedicated to improving education outcomes for all children, especially those with disabilities birth through age twenty-one, through the use of effective evidence-based practices and interventions.” Topics, including early childhood and early intervention, behavior, literacy and much more, are address through adult learning modules, …

An Interview with Sir Ken Robinson: You Are the System and You Can Change Education

An interview by Stephen Noonoo with Ken Robinson about his new book, “You, Your Child and School” “Education is a system in the sense that it’s organized on a grand scale, but it manifests itself every day in the actions and reactions of living people. Education happens in classrooms and …