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There was a company doing a new ad for the boat company using a drone. It was cool to see how far they could fly it out away from the boat and video the surroundings. Who knows we maybe in the ad!!
We really enjoyed our boat ride of almost 3 hours and it was a great way to see what Lake George is all about!!
Tomorrow is a hike of about 4 miles up Prospect Mountain. Should be fun!!
Our drive from Danville, Vermont to Lake George, NY was only 146 miles, but with road construction and traffic it took us 4 hours. We arrived at our campground, King Phillips and got a very nice spot with plenty of grass to walk the dogs.
The traffic is really bad as this place is packed with tourists, especially the weekend. The Village of ...
... is nice, though the load in was a little slow. This venue is cake compared to some of the other ones, so I am not complaining. It is one of a handful that have a balcony, so it is interesting to see. The stage is about average, though the side walls were a bit challenging to put in today.
Oh well, I was just paged to go back out to my camera, I need to get it set for the show.
... is great for people working in inclusive classrooms in any setting. Paula took us on a whirlwind our of some of her thinking one of her takeaways was the line that "inclusion isn't a place it's a process" and that "our expectations for this community of learners has never been high enough". She's not saying we don't want the best but implying that we don't assume capacity or competence always. She told a story about a pre-verbal autistic kid who used to have a ...
... shared goals' and the way we run review meetings, but could we open it more or extend it to include more professionals etc. Throughout my work over the years, it feels to me a constant tension between everyone's agenda around a young person, even though we claim to have a multidisciplinary approach and mindset. There is also a reluctance in professionals to 'let go' of their areas of expertise and hand over to and learn from others. There seems to be ego ...