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Tool of the Week

  • This week’s FREE tool is an information packed table that itemizes possible student behaviors and emotions during a crisis episode with corresponding suggestions for teacher responses. The table is intended to help teachers manage and diminish crisis episodes while also providing prompting to help teachers and students learn from the incident once it is over. ...
  • Oftentimes, disruptive behavior is an indicator of something other than willfulness or disobedience. For students with disabilities, behaviors can indicate a student’s deficits, frustrations, or simple attempts to communicate desires. Many times, a child can be taught a different, more appropriate behavior that will achieve the same end. This week’s FREE tool is a table, ...
  • The New Year is underway, and the school year is nearing a midway point for many, so we figured it’s time for some reflection. That’s why this week’s FREE tool, is a nifty Co-teaching Rating Scale to help you and your teaching partner evaluate your work and improve communication. So put your self-reflective glasses on ...
  • This week’s FREE tool is a flow chart to guide you through the selection of specialty sets and initial preparation standards for your special education practice. It comes to you from CEC’s What Every Special Educator Must Know—famously known as the Red Book. If you are a practicing teacher developing a professional development plan, a ...

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Policy Insider: Legislative Update

  • On January 28, the U.S. Department of Education released a letter of guidance to states on transition requirements from the No Child Left Behind Act to the Every Student Success Act. The letter sent from Senior Advisor Ann Whalen to Chief State School Officers addresses issues such as whether highly qualified teacher (HQT) rules and Title I set asides for supplemental education services (SES) and choice will apply next year.

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