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From: Pam Mertz
Date: 17 Apr 2010
Time: 21:43:50 -0500
Remote Name: 18.104.22.168
Great idea! Short, sweet,simple, fun! You are right, kids love being able to reverse roles and put the adult in the hot seat.It makes the adult easier to relate to. I have gone into schools to talk about teasing and bullying, and use my stuttering as an example. I let the kids "try on" stuttering - practicing it, competing to see who can have the longest or loudest stutter. Making any difference fun and less scary is a hit with kids. What a great way for kids to understand cluttering and self-monitoring better.