In a typical science classes, there are extensive vocabulary lists and conceptual learning that students with special needs may find difficult to access and connect into meaningful knowledge bases. By using concept mapping to outline and scaffold chunks of science information, science can be fun.
Federal funding under IDEA requires that states provide provisions for “free appropriate education” for students with disabilities. Students with hearing impairments must be provided with resources and services that are specifically designed in the IEP.
Whether you are completing your high school experience or transitioning into the college of your dreams, you will write a lot of essays during the next four years. Knowing the types of essays required in your college studies will provide you with hours of enjoyable writing.
Will your application stand out or sit in the rejection pile in the Admissions Office? Learn some crucial tips that could be the difference between a “no” and a resounding “yes!”
Joan is an extremely gifted and articulate 6th grade student. She is hiding a secret from her family, friends, classmates and her teachers. Joan can’t read.She has been tested for every learning disability, except the one disability, that is impacting her ability to read. Joan has dyslexia.
You’ve been to the Career Center and spent hours thumbing through thick books containing hundreds of colleges with huge price-tags. You’ve been trying, but you need more advice. Follow this advice when trying to choose a college.
Para-educators can provide professional and personal support for students. Learn the role of a para-educators as part of a student’s IEP team.