I cannot tell you how many conversations I have had with my colleagues regarding this topic. No, we are not discussing blocks, but ESE students. We talk our way around and around and never come up with a simple solution because we are dealing with square pegs and only have round holes. Sometimes the problem is only made worse by other professionals because they fail to understand what we are dealing with. All they see is what other educators are able to do and then they look at us and wonder why are we not getting the same results...I mean we have the same resources available so why are the results dramatically different? Well, here is your answer we have a square peg which does not for the life of us fit into that darn round hole.