7 Essential Research Studies on Inclusive Education


“ALMOST 30 YEARS OF RESEARCH AND EXPERIENCE HAS DEMONSTRATED THAT THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES CAN BE MADE MORE EFFECTIVE BY HAVING HIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR SUCH CHILDREN AND ENSURING THEIR ACCESS TO THE GENERAL EDUCATION…

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Creating Schools That Heal: Real-Life Solutions


In a world where children are beset by violence and stress, Lesley Koplow provides educators with clear, level-headed advice on how to integrate preventive mental health practice into public schools. Link to (Amazon Books)

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7 Great Social Prep Ideas for Your Child With Special Needs


By Ilana Danneman After having just survived a hectic holiday season, it’s a great time to review some steps that led to successful family events.  You made your list, checked it…. a few times. For your…

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4 Different Ways To Evaluate Student Progress In the Inclusive Class


By Nicole Eredics One of the most common questions I am asked about inclusive education is how do teachers educate so many diverse learners in one classroom? My response usually involves an explanation of techniques…

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7 Fantastic Websites for Teaching Curriculum to Students with Disabilities


By Nicole Eredics  Are you looking for ways to teach curriculum to your child? Do you want to reinforce skills that your child is learning at school? Check out these 7 websites that will keep…

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Clinical vs. School-Based Therapy: Which Is Right for Your Child?


By Rebecca Dean When it comes to choosing a type of therapy for your child with special needs, you may have heard that school-based programs have a leg up on medical-based therapies. But that’s not…

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Four Excellent Special Needs Parenting Books On Autism, ADHD, and Intellectual Disabilities


By Lorna D’Entremont  Every day our paths cross those of people with autism, developmental disabilities, ADHD, and other challenges. These special needs parenting books are not only for this group of parents but are great resources for…

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How to Adapt Your Teaching Strategies


By: Kathleen Bulloch  Teachers are often asked to modify instruction to accommodate special needs students. In fact, all students will benefit from the following good teaching practices. The following article takes the mystery out of adapting…

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Accessible Communication Bill of Rights


Accessible Communication Bill of Rights 200+ Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs by Kate  /  58d  //  keep unread  //  hide People who know me know that I talk about the AAC or Communication Bill of Rights all the time.  All. The. Time. I talk…

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Roles of Special Education Teachers


How the Roles of Special and General Educators Have Evolved

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