Blog Posts - Special Education



Lisa’s Story: Three Women

Lisa’s story: three women. What’s all about? What does this have to do with abortion? Lisa’s story: three women. Well, over half of unborn females are female. Lisa’s story: three women. Most of pregnant women who abort say the...
by AllLivesAreSacred.com on Aug 14, 2016

Project Unify Meets at the Track

The special combination of exceptional students and their general education friends on sports teams is taking off when Project Unify meets at the track to […]...
by How To Learn on Jul 18, 2016

Practicing Social Skills and Work Life at a Spring Bazaar

Practicing social skills and work life at a spring bazaar was how students in special education classes set up mini businesses that provide basic understanding […]...
by How To Learn on Apr 4, 2016

Friendship in the Collaboration Classroom

Teachers have found a way to foster friendship in the collaboration classroom between students from a special education program and a mainstream fifth grade class. At […]...
by How To Learn on Mar 15, 2016

SPECIAL ED - More Inclusive Schools, Good/Bad?

"LA schools grow more inclusive, but at what cost?" PBS NewsHour 3/1/2016ExcerptSUMMARY:  The Los Angeles school system has come far in the last ten years, especially in terms of inclusivity.  In 2003, only 54 percent of LA's disabled stude...
by Mage Soapbox on Mar 7, 2016

STARS Promote Life Skills

Students in STARS promote life skills, while achieving the goal of integrating special needs students with the rest of the student body. STARS stands for […]...
by How To Learn on Feb 24, 2016

Internships for Special Education Students

Internships for special education students are making a positive difference as students learn who to dress for business, and function in a work environment. 10 […]...
by How To Learn on Feb 11, 2016

Uduak Ubak’s Blog: Someone Help! Our Children Deserve Better Education.

“outrageous! Where exactly is she expected to get money to pay for her fees and to think she worked so hard to get a good result”. This was the lamentation of a lady whose niece had just been offered an admission to one of the private uni...
by Konnect Africa on Aug 23, 2015

Bravery, Bullies, and Blowheads, by Lorna Stremcha

This book is based on a true story and is based on the true life experiences of Lorna Stremcha, the author. She is an award-winning educator and coach. She is an advocate against all forms of bullying, whether in schools or in the workplace. She is l...
by LifeLoveTruth on Aug 12, 2015

Virginia Schools Earn Top Federal Rating for Serving Special Education Students

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced today that Virginia’s public schools earned the top federal rating for serving students with disabilities. Details...
by Red Brick Town on Jul 20, 2015

Grants for Teacher Professional Development

There are many financial aids for teacher professional development available for aspiring teachers who want to be better at what they do. Depending on the source, the type of financial assistance you can get usually comes in the form of grants, schol...
by Start Grants on Jun 11, 2015

10 Things Autism Families Want Teachers to Know

Parents of autistic children want the same things other parents want for their typically developing children. We want our kids to learn, grow, and be nurtured in a quality school with good teachers. We also want our children to have the supports nece...

LET - Special Education Reviewer Set 1

LET Reviewer - Professional EducationLET Reviewer for Professional EducationPRACTICE TEST FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION1. It is designed for children with special needs and aimed primary at developing adaptive skills.A. Modified curriculumB. Special edu...
by INFINITHINK on Mar 29, 2015

LET - Special Education Reviewer Set 2

LET Reviewer - Professional EducationLET Reviewer for Professional EducationPRACTICE TEST FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION51. This is an assessment done where informations are collected from a number of sources knowledgeable about the child, including fami...
by INFINITHINK on Mar 29, 2015

Grants for iPads in the Classroom

Some teachers that I know asked me whether I have some info about grants for iPads in the classroom. There are still many classes in United States that needs technology update in their classroom. Therefore, I have decided to do a little research and...
by Start Grants on Dec 12, 2014

Do More than Teach with a Master's in Special Education

Most people who pursue a master’s in special education do so with the intent of becoming a special education teacher. After all, most states require such educators to have completed, at minimum, a special education training program if a master’s...
by Teen College Education on Nov 12, 2014

Schools are Obligated Under Federal Law to Stop Bullying of Disabled Students

Schools are obligated under federal law to stop bullying of disabled students, and the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights is taking an active role […]...
by How To Learn on Oct 29, 2014

Special Education Transformed by One to One Initiatives

Teachers finding special education transformed by one to one initiatives say that having curriculum online and using iPads enables each student to reach their full […]...
by How To Learn on Oct 24, 2014

Improving Special Education Classrooms

By hiring three behavioral analysts, a school district has accomplished the goal of improving special education classrooms, curtailing violent outbursts, and protecting students and staff.  […]...
by How To Learn on Oct 20, 2014

How To Advocate for Your Child with Special Needs

This chapter is specifically for parents to help as you advocate for your child with special needs who is either in high school or college. […]...
by How To Learn on Oct 17, 2014


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