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Special Education General
Laura Young, M.Ed.

4 Expert New School Year Secrets

School supplies have been purchased… New clothes have been washed, hung up and ready to go… For many children, the excitement of a new school year has led to some

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Special Education Tips
Laura Young, M.Ed.

Learning Theories Uncovered

Education is a huge part of our world, both past, and present. Many individuals have spent years researching and theorizing about how people learn. One thing that is certain, within

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Special Education IEP
Laura Young, M.Ed.

Stakeholder Involvement In The IEP Process

All individuals involved during the special education process, are considered stakeholders within IEP meetings. Typically, within an IEP meeting, the stakeholders include; Parents Child (If Applicable) All Teachers Involved With

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ESL
Laura Young, M.Ed.

ELL Strategies

ELL (English-Language Learner) is effectively taught like many other subjects. Like any subject, there are specific strategies that are used to enhance the students’ ability to learn; ELL is no

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Special Education Classrooms
Laura Young, M.Ed.

Is Inclusion A Good Idea?

It is vital for students to be educated in an environment that is most appropriate for them. From Inclusion to Self-Contained, there are many environments to consider when teaching special

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Special Education Tips
Laura Young, M.Ed.

Learning Strategies Often Overlooked

Interestingly, the acquisition of knowledge is not a passive process, as a person may have thought. A child must sustain attention, practice information that has been taught, then store it

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