I’ve quibbles, but on the whole was impressed by this look at deliberately neurodiverse classrooms. As with most such things, I do find myself wondering if it’s an accurate depiction? And as with some such things, I found myself noticing that a teaching approach that seems to work well for quote-unquote edge cases sure seems like it a good model to replicate for, you know, teaching writ large. I got a little judgmental at the “helping the kids learn how to focus on the eyes”, but it’s not clear to me to what degree they simply are teaching autistic kids where the signals are in social communication with neurotypicals versus outright teaching them that they must make eye contact; the former is smart, the latter cruel.