Family Friendly Tech and Advocacy: Tech Psychologist's Guide by Dr. Jeanne Beckman

Family Friendly Tech and Advocacy: Tech Psychologist's Guide   by Dr. Jeanne Beckman
Finally, a book to help families find the right technology to accommodate reading disorders (dyslexia) and other disabilties! ISBN 978-1-60264-089-4

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To purchase through Virtual Bookworm (my publisher) you can click Virtual Bookworm Publisher: Tech Psychologist's Guide or
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Sunday, August 19, 2007

Pay It Forward

Today The Chicago Tribune magazine published a list of people who are making a difference in small but significant ways. "The Power of One," August 19, 2007

..... a common theme in my book is the spirit of Hyde's book, Pay it Forward, where a single kind act creates a ripple effect, spreading ever widening circles of change in our world.

Today, I'm pleased to see her concept is listed as #8 in the Tribune's Top 20 list of ways to build a brighter tomorrow.

The story includes a link to Hyde's web site:

Are you paying it forward to help a child access his/her education?

1 comment:

Computer Clarity © 2004 said...

This looks like an excellent concept. I'll try it.