If you missed the 2022 Reading Summit, you can still watch the Transforming Literacy OnDemand videos!
Collaboration between special education & general education teachers has numerous benefits for students. From personal growth in academics to classroom behaviors, the rewards are great for all involved.
Mia & Erin are both passionate educators at different places in their professional journeys. As we all wonder about the future of education, take a moment to pause with them as they consider questions about special education from Jason, an adult with disabilities.
The transition between schools is hard for all kids, and it is especially hard for kids with special needs. In this blog, we will learn why transitions are hard for exceptional learners and how parents and teachers can help them onto the path for a successful and easy transition to a new school.
We’ve all heard of “Summer Loss,” but what about “Covid Loss?” Students are coming to us with even broader needs. In this OnDemand video, we will explore differentiation strategies that you can use in your ELA lessons.
The need for real-time access to captions for students came to light during remote learning. The fact of the matter is, however, that there was a need for them way before the pandemic, and there continues to be a need for them now and going forward.
Mathematics is about problem-solving and critical thinking, not just about skills and procedures. Certainly, students need to be able to ‘DO’ the mathematics but they also need to understand, justify and critique.
A three-part series for new educators to understand possible behavioral issues and students with special needs. Main topics include Behavior Management, Classroom Setup & Management (not all info applicable to socially distanced classrooms), and an overview of Autism.