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During his first few years of teaching, Asheville resident Peter Freer ’86 MAEd ’93 met a young boy named John who became the inspiration behind a technology that would eventually lead Freer to speak to a United Nations agency.
John had attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, then called “minimal brain dysfunction,” and was highly disruptive in class. Freer wasnt sure how to handle John in the classroom because he had never before encountered a student with the disorder….pdf(Read more)