Teacher tips 2: Practical strategies

There are some practical and very simple things that teachers can do to help the child with SLI in the…

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IDEA Basics: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

[MUSIC PLAYING] Perhaps you’ve heard the term “IDEA,” or the I-D-E-A, which stands for The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.…

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Why can’t special education do better helping kids with dyslexia?

“Special education can’t fix all the literacy problems that children have. Because it’s a way to fail system. It’s not…

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Referral to Special Education — Emotional Disturbance

[MUSIC PLAYING] We’re here because Kevin, in the last week, has been declining, and Mrs. White, here, has asked for…

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IDEA Basics: Free and Appropriate Public Education

[MUSIC PLAYING] If you’ve been researching your child’s rights, you’re probably coming across a term called FAPE, F-A-P-E, a whole…

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Asking for an Independent Educational Evaluation

[MUSIC PLAYING] We understand you have some concerns. Yes, we’re asking for an outside evaluation. Well be specific. What’s wrong…

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Can Video Games Make You Smarter?

Video games provide a fun escape from reality; though, they’re often portrayed as violent, lazy and a waste of time…

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My Horibal Speling

Teacher: Okay class – spell “Wednesday”. James: Uhhh…I-I don’t know how to spell Wednesday. Teacher-James: Well, James just sound it…

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