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𝕃𝕖𝕖 π”Έπ•Ÿπ•Ÿ π•π•¦π•Ÿπ•˜ Jul 17
Tier 3 intervention is NOT the same as special education. Not all students who need intensive support have an . Not all students with an IEP need intensive support.
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Dani-ish May 27
You have these tiny little babies and they fill your life with joy...poop, vomit, laughter... and then they start school. You have no idea you’re going to fight year after year 4 every little thing just so they can lie to you about how much your child has progressed.
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Northside Learning Center Chicago Jun 5
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Jay's Autism Hood May 26
Question time.. Parents, how many times a year do you do IEP.. More than once? Too many times to count? One and done? Whenever needed?
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FrontlineEducation Jun 19
An is only as strong as its foundation and teams should review multiple sources of data to lay that foundation. In this video, Carol Kosnitsky breaks down 10 sources of data to use in building a comprehensive IEP.
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FrontlineEducation Jul 4
Focusing on student strengths instead of weaknesses in an can lead to great things. Yet many IEPs focus on weaknesses. This video explains how to correct this imbalance.
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Epilepsy Dad Jun 4
3rd grade isn’t quite over but we’ve already been exploring our options for 4th grade. We have an but not sure if any accommodations can slow the drift from his peers while also maintaining my son’s quality of life.
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Brianna Oneto,M.S.Psych Jul 21
Sometimes kids with speech problems are hard to understand, but the best part of conscious discipline breathing strategies is they can make them their own
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DowerandAssociates May 30
The next time you are in an meeting and someone tells you, "We use this intervention for our kids with reading problems, or here is what we do at our school," be sure to remind your IEP team that protects your right to services to meet the unique needs of your child.
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Ed Palmisano Jul 19
Do You Like These IEPs?
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TACA 14h
The start of the school year is an emotional time for everyone, but especially so for parents! Developing and sharpening your advocacy & skills is a great way to start the school year off in a positive direction. ➑️
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Jennifer Vanderputten πŸŒŠβœ’οΈπŸ’» Jul 21
I believe my son's school system fails to report seclusion & restraint & has falsified reports. My son was on 3-hour days, no , but they reported his attendance as normal. He endured seclusion & restraint on several occasions that were not reported.
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Kathryn Garforth, Ph. D. Jun 10
There should be no stigma in getting the accommodations you are entitled too! How many people have to ask to wear glasses during school or an examination?
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Scott Tavegia May 18
There is nothing Downs about our boy! Andrew is an overachiever! We had an awesome meeting this week! New goals and outcomes set! We are going through a vocal explosion! New letters and words daily!
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𝕃𝕖𝕖 π”Έπ•Ÿπ•Ÿ π•π•¦π•Ÿπ•˜ Jul 10
Whether or not a student has an should not determine if they receive intervention. Any student who needs support on a skill deserves the evidence-based intervention.
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Christina Linton May 5
IEP reading... Long, mind numbing, necessary!
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Brookes Publishing Jul 19
10 roles of an effective facilitator.
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Fiona Truscott Jun 19
Found myself the most senior member of the team in the office today so I got the honour of presenting some of our fantastic PGTAs with their award certificates.
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Accelify Jul 22
BIG smiles at our ESE training in Santa Rosa today
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Laurel C Jul 22
Offered & accepted a position as a pt advisor on and issues to a POTUS candidate. πŸ’•Over the moon πŸŒ™ . They wanted REAL. Who knew the Secret Service does stealth background checks before you get asked 4 an interview? ❀️
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