Excitement just like occupancy inside the Handicap This Studio hits max levels during The G.I.M.P. Show Podcast episode 28. Two special in-studio guests join your hosts Mike Berkson and Tim Wambach to talk about a revolutionary new product from Handicap This Productions. This unique product set for release July 1st, 2015 comes five years in the making!
The product Making Minds Handicap Accessible The Classroom Experience will via the Internet make Mike and Tim’s show more widely available, starting with high schools. More importantly Making Minds Handicap Accessible The Classroom Experience will make Mike and Tim’s message, one about civility and respecting one another, more widely available as well.
Mike’s father The Creative Crusader Denis Berkson and the impressively accomplished Mary Ringstad both put up with a crowded studio space to share details about the forthcoming online product. Mike, Tim, and Denis discuss how the concept for Making Minds Handicap Accessible The Classroom Experience evolved and why they brought Mary onboard. Seeing the stage show in the past Mary proved very eager to team up with the Handicap This crew.
Making Minds Handicap Accessible The Classroom Experience’s main component features a digital version of Mike and Tim’s critically acclaimed stage show ready to stream straight to your classroom computer! Plus you receive accompanying in-depth online curriculum. Handicap This captured the video footage for the product back on February 12th doing two, four-camera shoots in front of 500 students, staff, and faculty at Ridgewood High School. That translates to eight different angles to each part, guaranteeing a high quality product!
Exactly how in-depth the accompanying online curriculum remains you will learn by clicking play. Additionally you will discover the various ways all parties involved in designing Making Minds Handicap Accessible The Classroom Experience worked to meet teacher convenience.
If you work in high school albeit as a teacher or administrator you will find today’s G.I.M.P. Show Podcast a must listen! Making Minds Handicap Accessible The Classroom Experience transcends just the special needs community and instead promotes the greater need for civility.
After listening if you possess any questions Tim invites you to contact him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 847-322-1297. Starting July 1st you can purchase the unique and impressive Making Minds Handicap Accessible The Classroom Experience product by clicking here.