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Lorna d'Entremont 21h
Raising a child with challenging needs? ? ?
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Marilyn Muller ~ Dyslexia Advocate Jun 24
Replying to @1in5advocacy
in horror as my bright, articulate, gregarious child turned inward from frustration w/daily anxiety & upset over school+homework. She struggled from the beginning (Kindergarten) and it only worsened through 3rd, even w/an 2nd+3rd. Thankfully we took the extreme measure to
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Key2Ed 18h
Effective questions move people toward what they desire. Effective questions do not ask people to justify. Visit: ,
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Cape Cod Advocate 12h
Summer is prime time to help reinforce your child's goals in a low-key way. Check out these thoughtful ideas.
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Brookes Publishing 15h
To get families more involved in the process, try a variety of strategies. (Read more here: )
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Garance Mourgaud Jun 24
So happy to discover that the (Integrated Engineering Programme) Team has been nominated for "working together award" at the UCL Professional Services Conference 2819 💪🏻
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Key2Ed Jun 24
Questioning is a powerful tool in facilitation. Try to use active listening skills to try and understand other’s perspective. Visit: ,
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Suzi Noyes, Realtor 12h
🤯🤯🤯 They’ve consistently spelled his name wrong all year and now they’ve decided to change it. I mean Logan could work, but we are pretty used to Connor.
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Dr. Alisa Shawn 12h
RT : Tips from to prepare you for your next meeting.
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KidCompanions 21h
Interview Dr. Angelise M. Rouse Author of Especially 4 Me: Student’s Guide to Understanding the IEP
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PCG Education 13h
Excited for ’ conference this week! Join PCG’s David Fitzgerald, ’s Rachel Lee & ’ Dr. Daryl Diamond at 1pm PT on 6/26 for a session on how companies can collaborate to help teachers tailor instruction for students with an .
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Marilyn Muller ~ Dyslexia Advocate 18h
That is exactly what Parents are trying to do nationwide. It’s exactly what I did for 18 exhausting months in “Team” meetings w/our District. Often times with our child’s Advocate and/or w/LEAP at , only to be told “No, we don’t do
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Brookes Publishing Jun 24
5 questions you can use to guide your development (illustrated with a sample goal).
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Brookes Publishing Jun 21
7 good conversation starters to use with your students' families.
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Ben Jun 24
...and again today. at Pad with diesel engine running. Adding to emissions at Pad (supposed to be a thing of the past). IEP in adjacent platform has engine running too. you have a generic problem here. This is not a one off response to a train defect.
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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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Donald Stirling Jun 25
good chat from train manager Colin on 1C71. Enjoying my first run 🚆👍
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Family Voices of IN Jun 20
Reinforcing your child’s goals over the summer via
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Key2Ed Jun 21
IDEA requires the transition process to take into account the student’s preferences and interests….including them in the facilitation process ensures this. Visit: ,
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Michelle Krone Jun 18
Unprepared and Overwhelmed: Gen Ed Teachers Feel Ill-Equipped to Work With Students With Disabilities -
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