Brain Parade Featured in Student’s Honors English Project

Inspired by the TEDx Classroom Project, Teacher Mark Weidman asked his “100 Honors students to articulate what matters most to them . . . a new kind of research process: one that takes them into the world of thought, invention, and inspiration that is”

One student, Jasmine M., chose to speak about helpful new tech applications that are changing the lives of autistic kids for the better. In her talk she spoke of Brain Parade®, See.Touch.Learn.®, Autism Speaks and several other apps that are making a difference.

Great Job Jasmine!

Click below to watch Jasmine’s video.




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