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PBIS Defined

PBIS Defined

The screaming was almost unbearable… Filling our classroom, and making it almost impossible to think… most certainly impossible to Interact with the other children in the room. It went on...
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Assistive Reading Tools

Assistive Reading Tools

Reading is perhaps one of the most important learned skills we teach our children… Every single aspect of life involves reading! However, it is NOT an easy skill to learn....
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Keeping Kids Engaged In School; The Secret

Keeping Kids Engaged In School; The Secret

Ah, the classroom! Filled with learning, fun, work, breakthroughs, and the occasional challenge (sometimes more frequent than others)… An easily overlooked classroom phenomenon is the elusive child engagement within the...
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ESY Versus Summer Regression

ESY Versus Summer Regression

Believe it or not… a TON of information is lost during long breaks… I know, that may come across as a shocker! To help battle this “brain drain” for children...
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Exercise Secrets For Special Needs

The benefits of exercising are endless… Exercising promotes; Good Physical Health Good Mental Health Overall Healthy Lifestyle People with disabilities tend to exercise less than people who do not have...
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Special Ed Life After High School

Special Ed Life After High School | SpecialEdResource.com

High school graduations; the celebrations; the happiness of knowing your child “finally” made it… Then a few weeks later, so many questions enter your mind as the parent: “What’s next?”...
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Social Skills Defined

Social Skills Defined

As many of you know, we throw the term “social skills” around, but do we really know and understand the meaning of it? Since most people don’t, let’s dive into...
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Procedural Safeguards

Procedural Safeguards

The Individuals with Disability Education Act (IDEA) was formed to protect the rights of children with disabilities and their parents. When your child has an Individualized Education Program (IEP), the...
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Holidays With Special Needs

Holidays With Special Needs

Dealing with the holidays can be a very stressful and trying time for families and individuals alike. It is crucial when preparing for the upcoming events to remember people with...
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