Lessons for Special Education

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  • 8 Using knowledge of student cognition to differentiate instruction - … ., & Gathercole, S. E., "Distinctive working memory profiles in children with special education needs." Educational Psychology 24 (2004): 393-408.; Swanson, H. L., Jerman … power of nonfiction: Using informational text to support literacy in special populations Previous: Inclusion in the 21st-century classroom: Differentiating with … power of nonfiction: Using informational text to support literacy in special populations 10Differentiation web conferences Extending the discussion On April 4 …
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  • Counting Gummi Bears - … : Grade: Pre-K - Special Education Inclusion class 6 special education students that have (PPD) Pervasive Development Disorder/Autism with general education students. Ratio: 6-1-1 10-1 Teachers: One Special Education Teacher, an assistant and a one-to-one. One General Education
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  • Adobe Digital Kids Club: Lessons: Light makes right - … Time commitment: director, writer Skills addressed: Locations: Books and Using special Short (2-4 class learning effects periods) resources School classroom … multiple-choice answers. Then you reveal the answers with a special education effect that brings a ball of light to the person … over the video at that spot. Open the lens flare special effect. Effects > Video Effects > Render > Lens Flare. Drag the lens …
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  • How Does Your School Measure up? - … a tech coordinator," Sheree Rensel told Education World. "I am an art teacher at a special ed school for severely emotionally disturbed … technology coordinators who are already in position don't have specialized training other than the training offered by the district," Rensel … , Alexander Fleming Middle School, Lomita, California * Sheree Rensel, K-12 special education art teacher, , Livermore, California * Jennifer Wagner, computer coordinator, , Corona, California …
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  • ESD 112 History Programs Lesson Plan: Dirty Thirties: The Dust Bowl - … & Math Education (SMERC) Early Intervention Sequenced Transition to Education (STEPS) Education Technology Support Center Service Learning Northwest Graduation Alternative Program (GAP) Special Ed Consultation Foster Grandparent Program Special Education Career Incentives History Programs Special Education
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  • Autism 101 - … disabilities is available from the United States Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs at http://www.ideadata.org/tables24th/ar_aa2.htm … MedlinePlus from National Institutes of Health at . 4. Interview a special education teacher at your school about his or her experiences working … compare with other children? What qualifications or certifications must a special education teacher have? Write up your interview for your school paper …
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  • Snap, Crackle Pop: Sound Elements in Poetry - … and group activity. Students should be grouped heterogeneously. Students with special educational needs should be given a hard copy of the poems … Drop." Say, "We are going to delve deeper into these special words with an activity." Activity 1 - Snap, Crackle, Pop - An … like 'drip' and 'drop' are special in that they imitate the sound that they describe. These special words are called onomatopoeia." Ask …
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  • Counting Gummi Bears - … -- Special Education Inclusion class6 special education students that have (PPD) Pervasive Development Disorder/Autism with general education students.Ratio: 6-1-110-1Teachers:One Special Education Teacher, an assistant and a one-to-one.One General Education Teacher … to the students that they will be learning something very special today, to count using bears. Introduce the book, The Gummi …
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  • Special Olympics Service Project (A) - … that this is the oath taken by Special Olympians prior to participating in a Special Olympics Event. Lead a class discussion on … them from participating? Discuss the Special Olympics Oath from the Anticipatory Set. How do the Special Olympians deal with success and defeat … . Assessment: Ongoing teacher observation from the English teacher and the Special Education teacher. Ask students to keep a peer mentoring reflection logbook …
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  • Polay's Failure Story - … many challenges for me as a teacher. Every student needed special attention, because they were all significantly behind their peers in … his school career, he had been placed in an isolated special education classroom. Special education classrooms in many Delta schools (mine included) are little … anything in his isolated classes and pulled him from the special education program. They thought that VT might have a better chance …
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