This is the only organization I’ve ever played in or been in. I came here with Jackie [Robinson] and Gil [Hodges] and Duke [Snider] … and played with great people like Don [Newcombe or Drysdale?] and Tommy [Davis], Willie [Davis] and Maury [Wills].
Sandy Koufax (via BLS)
Videoconference between Confirmation class and classmate in London. Technology helps students cross oceans without even trying.
According to Zentall, an activity that uses a sense other than that required for the primary task — listening to music while reading a social studies textbook — can enhance performance in children with ADHD. Doing two things at once, she found, focuses the brain on the primary task.
Know that it is OK to do two things at once: carry on a conversation and knit, or take a shower and do your best thinking, or jog and plan a business meeting. Often people with ADD need to be doing several things at once in order to get anything done at all.
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