This is a collection of some awesome educational infographics for teachers, parents and students. (RT @EdCampColumbus: Huge set of education related infographics. Prepare to get stuck on there for a while.
Like other parents I’m quite passionate about my children’s education. Two of my three children receive special education services. Gwen, 10, and Eliza, 2, have cerebral palsy. They started the in the education system through Early On.
December 11, 2012 webinar addresses the shift in special education services for districts implementing the Common Core...
Identify the shift in language required to align with the Common Core.Review a guiding framework for writing IEPs with CCSS-aligned goals and objectives.Recognize a CCSS-aligned IEP for primary and middle school grades.
Via Mel Riddile
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