Articles by Dr. Thomas Armstrong

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bullet Special Education and the Concept of Neurodiversity, New Horizons for Learning Online Journal, Vol. XI, No. 3, Fall, 2005. bullet"Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children:  One Consequence of the Rise of Technologies and Demise of Play?" in Sharna Olfman (ed.)  All Work and No Play:  How Educational Reforms Are Harming Our Preschoolers, Westport, Ct:  Praeger, 2003.   bullet"IKSWAL:  Interesting Kids Saddled with Alienating Labels,Educational Leadership, November, 2001. bullet"To Empower, Not Control!: A Holistic Approach to ADD/ADHD", Reaching Today’s Youth, Winter, 1998. bullet"ADD: Does It Really Exist?" Phi Delta Kappan, February, 1996. bullet"Labels Can Last a Lifetime", Learning, May/June, 1996. bullet"Why I Believe Attention Deficit Disorder is a Myth", Sydney’s Child [Australia], September, 1996. bullet"Utopian Schools", Mothering, Winter, 1996. bullet"ADD as a Social Invention", Education Week, October 18, 1995. bullet"Multiple Intelligences: Seven Ways to Approach Curriculum", Educational Leadership, November, 1994. bullet"50 Ways to Bring Out Your Child’s Best", Family Circle, February 2, 1993. bullet"Sparking Creativity in Your Child", Ladies Home Journal, October, 1993. bullet"Little Geniuses", Parenting, September, 1989.

To read additional short articles by Dr. Armstrong on a number of learning themes, visit the The National Parenting Center.