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Here are the top ten articles for the Special Education Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Leadership Skills Improve Post-School Outcomes
In order to improve post-school outcomes for students, parents and educators are encouraged to foster leadership skills beginning at a young age in their students who have a disability.
2. Positive Behavior Support
A brief overview of positive behavioral supports as a powerful tool for assisting children in overcoming behavior challenges that prevent them from learning and finding success in the school and home environments.
3. Resolving Conflict
Students receiving special education services are often involved in disagreements, misunderstandings, and fights often. The ability to manage behavior can be challenging when social skills are lacking. In these instances, conflict can be avoided with a few simple steps.
4. Support for Parents of Special Needs Children
Parents of children with disabilities are often devastated when they learn that their children are not learning or functioning at the expected level. Parents are not alone in the journey caring for a child with special needs.
5. Parents' Role in Special Education
What role do parents play in special education? What can parents do to ensure the success of their special needs chidlren? Keep reading to find out.
6. Special Education and Shouting in the Classroom
A teacher is suing the government for permanent damage to her voice box through having to raise her voice to control the classroom. Many of the children had special needs. A brief overview.
7. Autism Aspergers syndrome and Education
Which school should you choose for your child who has autism/Asperger's syndrom? A brief outline of the options.
8. Retaining Reading Skills over Summer
Many students have difficulty maintaining reading skills over the long summer break. There are fun and easy ways to help students retain what they have learned.
9. Retaining Math Skills Over the Summer
Math skills donīt have to be lost over the summer break. Provide your child with fun and easy ways to practice and use the math they learned during school.
10. Teaching IEP's
The fifth in a series of articles for educators teaching student's with IEP's. If you are a teacher who is frustrated by IEPs, you owe it to yourself to read this series of articles.
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