Tag Archives: ASD

Temple Grandin: Sharing a piece of her mind

December 7, 2014

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By Mark Tatum and Omoefe Ogbeide Last month, a celebrity with an unforgettable personality shared a piece of her mind with the Landmark community.

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A School for ASD, A School for All

December 2, 2014

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By Kelly Jenkins Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has been a noticeable topic at Landmark in the recent years, and it started off this semester with Temple Grandin’s visit to Landmark. Last semester, the student center was bathed in blue light for ASD awareness week. Combined with the increase in student body, the presence of ASD […]

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ASD: Student Affairs

December 2, 2014

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By Bonnie Rose Lindner In the last several years, Landmark faculty and staff identified that the population of students diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders has had an increasingly noticeable presence. They identified that those students needed support services that the college didn’t offer yet. This sparked the development of a social pragmatics program that continues […]

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Students with ASD in the Classroom

December 2, 2014

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By Bonnie Rose Lindner The classrooms at Landmark closely resemble those at any traditional institution of higher education. Students sit at their desks and some gaze intently over the top of the bluish glow of their LCD screens toward a professor at the front of the class. Landmark bears the aesthetic hallmarks of any college, […]

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