In addition to educational advising, I have written for various publications
(both print and on-line) on a variety of topics.
Articles I've published on special needs include
Meeting the Needs of
Twice-Exceptional Children and
Twice-Exceptional Children (PG
Cybersource, Davidson Institute for Talent Development),
Motivation Problem or
Hidden Disability? (Association for the Education of Gifted
Underachieving Students Newsletter).
I have also written more personal accounts of life in a special needs family,
including an account of "Learning About New Medications" in ADDitude,
the Road to Deschooling Myself (originally published in
Life Learning), and
Combinatorics: Part-time Solutions in the Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin.
But I don't always write about special needs. A random assortment of
other articles includes
From Poster to
Writer (Write From Home),
Matters to MIT Alumni: There's More to Post-MIT Life Than High Tech, "What I want from
Institutional Judaism" (Sh’ma:
A Journal of Jewish Responsibility), "Rachel and Leah, Yaacov and Esau: Two
Stories of Sibling Rivalry" (Neshama).
And sometimes I get downright silly,
as you can see in
628MIT: A driving tale of
vehicular maladjustment (Journal of Polymorphous Perversity),
Warshaw's field guide to atypical statistics and
Publication (both originally published in the much
lamented HMS Beagle: The BioMedNet Magazine).
Friday October 06, 2006