I use this space to write and share my thoughts on education, recognising the true extent of my neurodivergence in my 20s, how the two can intersect among many other related topics! I started sharing my experiences on here in 2019 and I’ve met many wonderful people by doing so.
I hope you enjoy this blog as much as I enjoy writing my posts.
Recent blog posts!
FYI: Jemma (my sister), if you’re reading this, it does not apply to you at all. This also doesn’t apply to all siblings of autistic people. Many of us in the autistic community are well aware of some of the “autism warrior parents” Who centre themselves regarding their child’s diagnosis, compare autism to cancer andContinue reading “Using your autistic siblings for clout on social media needs to stop”
Now, I’ve talked a lot about how my masking made me become a people pleaser to extremes and how I was the shy, quiet student who always followed the rules at school. The type of child an old school behaviour focused teacher would describe as a ‘Model student.’ So if you’ve been following me onContinue reading “Why I identify with PDA as part of my autism”
As part of my work, I frequently create resources and plan lessons for ESL students. Sometimes I need to find some inspiration about how I can make my classes valuable and unique, rather than something generic that students can learn from a quick google search. Thankfully, I was delighted to discover Grandomastery, which is nowContinue reading “Why I use Grandomastery to help my ESL students”