What the word ‘intelligent’ means to me, says student with autism

Posted February 15, 2019 06:59:33I’ve always been very curious about science and science education, and how we can make it better for children and our society.

And the word “intelligent” comes to mind.

It means very intelligent, very smart, very aware of things, able to solve problems.

And that’s exactly what I aspire to be.

As a young person in the UK, I spent the last four years doing that.

As a result of that, I’ve learnt a lot about how to be an educated person.

And one of the things that I’ve always learnt is that when you learn something, you also learn something else.

I’ve been studying for six months, and it’s been a really difficult experience, and I think I’ve learned a lot.

I also have a lot of respect for teachers, especially when they are so passionate about their subject.

So that’s been really important to me.

And I’m very lucky to have a very supportive family, as well as my parents, who are very proud of me.

But at the same time, I do know that it’s not the only way to learn, and that the things I’ve been exposed to in school can also be helpful.

So I’m really grateful for everything that I have been exposed.

What is the word intelligent?

When I was asked the question, I knew that I had to answer, because there was no word I could think of that would describe it.

So, I started with the word smart, and then came to a word like intelligent.

And it’s very important for a person with autism to have an understanding of what intelligence is.

So you might have had an IQ test, and you might think that it was going to be a pretty accurate answer.

But the word is quite different to that.

I don’t think that IQ is just the number of points in one’s score.

It’s more like a mental tool that is being used by the brain.

When you are working, your mind works in a certain way, and your brain has certain skills.

So the more you learn, the more it is like the chess piece in a game, and the more that you play it, the bigger the piece gets.

And the more information that you learn about the world, the better you understand it.

And so, I think that’s why you would find it really important for autistic people to know about what intelligence means.

If you were an educated child, you’d probably know that the word educated means that you’ve got a good grasp of a certain subject.

And for an autistic person, it might be a bit different.

For me, the word intelligence is more than that.

It’s an understanding that helps you think about things.

So it’s more than just a score, it’s about the way that you think and the way you approach things.

When I first started, I was very interested in science.

I was in the seventh grade and my school was very science-focused.

It had a very strong science program, and my teachers really wanted me to do science, and to learn about things that are relevant to my life.

And so, they were very encouraging to me to pursue my interests in science, even though I was just learning about it.

But as I grew older, I got more interested in music and music education.

I wanted to do music for a living, and so I started studying music in college.

I think it’s really important that you have a strong understanding of your subject.

It helps you make the right decisions about what to do with your time and how you spend your time, because your mind is like that.

And when you have that understanding, you’ll have a better chance of doing the right thing for your life.

The most important thing for me is to have the confidence to be able to do the right things.

And to have that confidence, I want to know that when I’m in school, I can learn something that is relevant to me and that I can use for my own life.

That’s what’s important.

So, I’m trying to learn more and more about the things you need to know to make a living.

And when I feel like I have an answer to something, I’ll use that answer in my life, to give it meaning.