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Here are four ways to help students overcome anxiety in school through social-emotional learning interventions.
It’s back to school time and LRP Publications, a recognized leader in the special education publishing industry, announced that it has a released a teacher training guide that prepares new teachers to serve students with disabilities.
LRP Publications has released the book “Roadmap to IDEA/Section 504 Compliance: Eligibility Determinations,” which takes educators through the process of deciding whether a student qualifies as a student with a disability under either the IDEA or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
By sharing lesson plans digitally, co-teachers can improve planning and ensure that students with disabilities receive the adaptations they need for success.
Free or low-cost tools, some of which are embedded in devices or apps that students already use, can improve readability of digital text, says edtech expert and FETC speaker Leslie Fisher.
From seating options to learning experiences, flexibility is key to ensuring the success of all learners.
Technology can make it easier to communicate with parents and others about special education matters, but the convenience of digital communication can also lead to embarrassment and liability.
Following Texas and Georgia, West Virginia is the latest state to pass legislation pertaining to the use of cameras in special education classrooms.
Ranking high on Kevin Schwartz’s list of most memorable moments from his career as Austin (Texas) ISD’s technology officer for learning and systems is a pilot of a 1:1 device […]
Transition planning for special education students has evolved so that the activities students participate in now mirror more closely mainstream college- and career-prep programs.
Learner-Centered Innovation: Spark Curiosity, Ignite Passion and Unleash Genius covers how schools can abandon traditional models and focus instead on the diverse talents of learners by allowing students to pursue their passions.
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