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"Sam did a great job elaborating the complexities of a child's and family's experience with differences."
"I think that the presentation was well delivered and engaged the audience in a very positive way."
"I loved everything about the presentation. I think that your management style is perfect for this work! You have an amazing story to tell and your tone is always one of respect for your audience. You tap into their thinking and you give them time to talk, kids need to process what they are hearing."
"A fantastic presentation! I love how it raises awareness levels for all of us!"
"Really enjoyable presentation -- interactive and thought provoking."
Today’s lesson? Different is OK
LEOMINSTER — Fourth-grader Richie Barnaby pressed one end of Sam Drazin’s hearing aid to his forehead Tuesday morning.
“Good morning Richie,” said two Johnny Appleseed Elementary School fourth-grade classes in unison.
Afterward Drazin asked what he noticed.