Peer Reviews Best Effort/ Temple Grandin
Autism now the Empire of Autism and the Experts to go along with it know just enough of Autism to be dangerous and have no idea they are stitting on top of a powder keg of missing links and the very building blocks of the mind. They have no idea just how close they are to the building blocks of the mind or the fact if we have the right circumstances in life our genuis sides thrive. They have no idea that the extra picture thought we use that Temple doesn't are just the final steps in connecting us to normal thoughts. They have not one clue that the autism thoughts that make us present dumb and retarded are just the long hand version of normal thoughts no psychlogist knows about.
No matter what we have figured out and no matter how well we have over came our trip up from the bottom of the gene pool to normal life- we did the feat on our own in plain sight and minus the advise and the so called help of modern Autism. Psychology is seeking the very knowlege we figured out and we could roadmap the mind if they sat down with us and discovered what we have. Autism is both MR/DD and Einstein. Unless you have been there and done that and walked a mile in our shoes and swam in the bottom of the gene pool gasping for air and found your own way out, the success of our self earned PHd in real life will never do more than be ignored. Peer Review Autism/ psychology has no choice but to ignore us as they can't explain our success and If they could the entire autism empire courtsey of Rain Man the move would crumble. You can bet no peer Review system will ever push the envolope of progress as too many psychology professionals make a very good living in the Autism Industry. Working with a group of "retards" is perfect for many of these so called professionals that see their work as a gravy train and easy job and could really care less if one more kid is in a group home. What they really fear is the living anthropology of people like me finally getting the message out and explaining autism as they will be horrifed of the result and quite possibly loose their job.
Autism really is simple and it simply spans from BELOW 123 and the ABC's to the reaches of Einstein. Of Course, no Psychology expert knows the real thoughts we use and think Temple Is STRANGE and yes all atuisitc are defective with our Picutre thought system and blindly have no clue that even as good as Temple is there are 3 more type of picutre thoughts she doesn't even use. Psychology professionals and Autism Experts would be even MORE shocked to discover that once we learn ALL those picutre thoughts they naturally short cut and become NORMAL THOUGHTS! Really! Of course no Psychology professional even knows their own internal picutre thought system is the one we figure out, and that remians hidden in plain sight or some PHd type would be at the publishing house right now, writing a book titled "The Building Blocks of the Mind." The Author of such a book if he or she knew for sure knew what we know would be embarassed for even exposing the simple human mind . Mankind is expecting some kind of marvel in the secerts of his mind and the truth is it is not much more than talking photograph album, with emotions to confuse the picture thoughts.
Contemporary Autistic never get the chance too often to discover and grow like we did, they never realize their OPTIC and brain generated vision (aka Picture thought) are different and how to seperate them. They don't realize they are both deaf and blind while Picutre Thinking (milli seconds at a time). They never figured out by driving a car among other things how to keep OPTIC vision ON and think in Picutres when it is safe to do so. They never learned how to keep their optic vision on so they could catch a ball or do sports, of course the 'Professionals" that know us so well don't even know we need to even learn this or that optic and brain generated vision interchange. All they need to do is look at our lack of eye conatact and know we are having a picture thought at that time. Our Parents ,teachers and tutors before Autism's contemporary mess learned to use that lack of eye contact to our advantage and always let our optic vision return before proceeding with a conversation
While makind was set back centuries with the advent of contemporay autism and had to follow the rules of the peer review empire of autism that resulted,it is probably just as well we missed the event again, as the discovery we made of the inner workings of the mind are just too embarassing for humans to keep calling themselves intelligent.
Rich Shull on the Blog Pre Rain Man Autism
A notice of a Temple Grandin Seminar
July 26, 2010 2:38:56 PMAutism Seminar with Temple Grandin in St. Louis, August 26-27
From: Spectrum Training Systems
"A Journey Through the Autism Spectrum"
St. Louis, MO
August 26 - 27, 2010
Thursday, August 26, 2010
The Inclusive Classroom, with Paula Kluth, Ph.D.
Paula Kluth, Ph.D., is a consultant, teacher, author, advocate, and independent scholar who works with teachers and families to provide inclusive opportunities for students with disabilities and to create more responsive and engaging schooling experiences for all learners. Her research and professional interests include differentiating instruction, and supporting students with autism and significant disabilities in inclusive classrooms. Dr. Kluth is a former special educator who has served as a classroom teacher, consulting teacher, and inclusion facilitator. She works with family organizations; teachers in K-12 schools, pre-schools and early intervention programs; and with disability-rights and advocacy groups.
This interactive day features group activities, real-world stories, and tools you can bring back to the classroom immediately. Participants will learn practical ways of supporting students with autism spectrum labels and other disabilities within a general education classroom. The centerpiece of the presentation is Paula's "Top Ten Strategies List for Inclusive Classrooms" in which she addresses the need for sensory supports, visuals, active learning, "safe space," and materials that capitalize on student strengths. Other topics addressed include defining (and redefining) autism, listening to the voices of those with autism, creating more responsive lessons, making the classroom comfortable, and providing opportunities for communication skill development. The presentation provides teachers with the necessary knowledge and strategies to understand every student as complex, as capable, and as a learner.
Learning Objectives for Participants:
-Compare and contrast definitions of autism
-Learn how some people with autism see and experience schooling
-Learn the benefits of inclusive schools for students with autism
-Learn active learning techniques appropriate for K-12 classrooms
-Learn ideas for adapting curriculum and instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners
-Learn techniques for supporting the development of communication skills and competencies in inclusive classrooms
Friday, August 27, 2010
"The Way I See It" and "Developing Talents: Careers for Individuals with Asperger's and High-Functioning Autism," with Temple Grandin, Ph.D.
Temple Grandin, Ph.D., is the most well-known adult with autism in the world. Her fascinating life, with all its challenges and successes, has been brought to the screen by HBO. She has been featured on NPR (National Public Radio), major television programs, ABC's Primetime Live, The Today Show, Larry King Live, 48 Hours and 20/20, and has been written about in many national publications, such as Time magazine, People magazine, Forbes, U.S. News and World Report, and New York Times. Dr. Grandin has developed her talents into a successful career as a livestock-handling equipment designer, one of very few in the world. She has designed the facilities in which half the cattle are handled in the United States. Dr. Grandin presently works as a Professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University. She has become a prominent author, and speaks around the world on autism.
From her innovative book, "The Way I See It," Temple Grandin will get down to the real issues of autism- the ones parents, teachers and individuals on the spectrum face every day. She offers helpful do's and don'ts, practical strategies and try-it-now tips, all based on her "insider" perspective and a great deal of research. After lunch Temple will cover her book "Developing Talents." This remarkable instruction is essential for individuals on the spectrum, along with anyone who teaches, cares for or employs someone on the spectrum. She shows how to apply her guidelines, suggestions and examples to career development in real life. A question and answer period will be held after the last break and will cover a multitude of issues concerning the autism spectrum.
Dr. Grandin will cover:
-How and why people with autism think differently
-How sensory sensitivities affect learning
-Teaching people with autism to live in an unpredictable world
-Behaviors caused by a disability vs. just bad behaviors
-The search for suitable careers for individuals on the spectrum
-Developing social and communication skills
Printer-friendly conference information and registration form
Holiday Inn Select Downtown
811 N. 9th Street
St. Louis, MO 63101
There is a reserved block of rooms available for our group at $84 plus tax per night. Please call the hotel for reservations. Parking is $5 per day.
CEUs are available for either one day (0.6 CEUs) or two days (1.2 CEUs). There are six hours of lecture per conference day. CEUs are an additional $25. Please note this when sending in registration fees or registering online. For more information, visit our web page.
There will be an extensive on-site autism bookstore at the conference. Visa, Mastercard, Discover, purchase orders, checks and cash are accepted. To see an even larger selection of autism books, please see our online bookstore.
11:30am-12:30pm Lunch (On your own)
For more information on hotel location, maps, graduate credit, CEUs, presenter biographies, cancellation policies, meals, registration and workshop objectives, please visit our St. Louis web page.
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Spectrum Training Systems
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