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Emily Quinlan
Elementary Special Education Instructional Coordinator with FCPS
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Emily Quinlan Jul 11
It’s about helping ALL students!
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edutopia Jun 9
If you want to remember something, draw it out. 🖌
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Emily Quinlan Jun 5
Great visual to outline the differences between modifications and accommodations!
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Emily Quinlan Jun 4
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Emily Quinlan May 30
What a wonderful shift in how we can think about attention. It’s all about the relationships! “Everyone Needs Attention: Helping Young Children Thrive” by Tamar Jacobson
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Emily Quinlan May 21
Loved listening to this Podcast about how to be a better “builder” in education. “Every time you set a vision that doesn’t include 100% of your kids is a vision to fail.”
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Emily Quinlan May 16
So excited to be using PlayPosit for our latest Special Education team leader PL!! What an awesome instructional tool! Thanks for sharing this fabulous resource!!
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Emily Quinlan May 15
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Emily Quinlan May 13
One of my favorite nights! Celebrating all of our amazing special educators, related service providers, and supporters of special education in FCPS!
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Emily Quinlan May 7
Thankful for all of the amazing, hard working teachers! Especially those that I am lucky enough to work with in FCPS! Our students are so fortunate to learn from you!
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Emily Quinlan Apr 29
“Imagine the stress felt by a S who has executive function deficits & graphomotor issues... to scrawl down his homework while making sure he has all of the papers he needs. What can we do to support Ss without having to micromanage their organization?”
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Emily Quinlan Apr 23
Loved this reminder from today! It’s always about the student’s first!
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Emily Quinlan Apr 16
“Integrating the arts to foster SEL strategies into your elementary classroom will create a safe and supportive environment that encourages individuality, a growth mindset, and collaboration.”
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Emily Quinlan Apr 12
FCPS Transition Fair is in full swing! Students and parents are learning the ins and outs of transition supports available after high school! Amazing work by and Allie Szot in making today a success!
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Dr. Linda J. Chambers Apr 9
SPREAD The WORD! Your Opinion Matters: Please take 5 minutes. If you are a parent of a child with special needs. Complete the Maryland Special Education Involvement Survey mailed to your home. Or go online to . The survey closes May 17, 2019.
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Emily Quinlan Apr 8
Special educators build their understanding of the differences between UDL, Differentiated Instruction, and Specially Designed Instruction. Essential knowledge to providing impactful SDI to students!
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Emily Quinlan Apr 4
Another wonderful day of learning with special educators focused on defining Specially Designed Instruction!
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Emily Quinlan Apr 3
Thrilled to kick start the third cohort for Specially Designed Instruction! So thankful to collaborate with ELA and Math curriculum specialists in supporting special educators!
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Emily Quinlan Apr 2
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Emily Quinlan Apr 1
Another fantastic day of learning with special educators! Wrapping up our final session focusing on academic and behavior progress monitoring.
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