[nabs-l] adjusting to high school (was: Re:  new year)
I. C. Bray
i.c.bray at win.net
Sat Jan 4 14:45:52 UTC 2014
As a huge proponent for math & science education in High School, I think
that is a great idea!!
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From: "Darian Smith" <dsmithnfb at gmail.com>
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Subject: [nabs-l] adjusting to high school (was: Re:  new year)
High school is definitely one of the most challenging parts of my life in
more than one sense
learning that I was not alone in dealing with accommodations and trying
to figure out realistic expectations for myself was certainly something I
wish I had better feel for.
I am wondering if NABS was to organize a call where high school students
could get some of their questions answered by fellow high school students in
a safe environment would any of you be interested i this?
we would want to maintain this as a place where high school students would
feel comfortable asking questions and knowing they would get sound advice
from each other. we would have a more experienced member of NABS there as a
support, but mainly this would be the high school student’s time.
On Jan 3, 2014, at 7:35 PM, Joseph C. Lininger <devnull-nabs-l at pcdesk.net>
> I happen to be a science guy. I ended up doing computer science as a
> profession, but I enjoy physics and the other sciences too. If there's
> anything I can do to assist anyone on this list with math/science sorts of
> things: provide pointers on a question, provide a nonvisual description,
> anything like that feel free to contact me. I'm also willing to give
> pointers to parents so they can more easily explain things if that would
> be helpful as well.
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