No Stereotypes Here

>50 Best Blogs from

Posted on: February 9, 2011

>I got this email sometime after my last post, and was first distracted by jubilant glee, the fact that I have two assignments due Friday, and a complete emotional crash that I’m not going to get into on here. Let’s just say I had my hands full, and bounced around the entire range of human emotions, and almost the entire spectrum of functionality, within less than 12 hours.

Anyways, the email I got is this:

Hi Corina, We at “”, wanted to let you know that we featured your blog in one of our recent articles on our own blog. (50 Best Blogs for Special Needs Teachers), is linked below and could be a fun way to share this announcement with your readers. Either way, I hope you continue putting out great content through your blog. It has been a sincere pleasure to read. Thanks, Kaitlyn cole
I’m number #26, in the Neurodiversity section, where I am described as such: “In spite of its relatively lax update schedule, No Stereotypes Here still provides special education teachers with straightforward talks about the autism spectrum.”
I’m mentally adding “from an autistic adult” onto the description, but am fairly pleased (and laughing; I have an update schedule?).
There are also some other interesting blogs on the list, some which I know, others than are new and which I’m hoping to get to know soon.

5 Responses to ">50 Best Blogs from"

>Just thought I'd let you know, you got a parenthesis in the link.But congrats. 🙂

>Congrats!Belinda the Nobody is right about the link.

>Oh woops!! Thanks for pointing it out!! Fixing now!

>I love that! They slapped you with a lax, but they like you!

Great article! Online universitiesare the best option to study.

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  • Corina Becker: Hi Anonymous person who apparently doesn't feel like giving me a name to address, and thus hides behind anonymity!!! I never said the federal gov
  • Anonymous: I think that it is about time something is being done federally to help those with ASD to get much needed therapies for their disability and YES I do
  • Corina Becker: Hi Janine! Melody reads here? Awesome. I honestly had no idea she was aware of this blog.And thank you so much, I'm glad both of you like the bl


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