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5 SEL Strategies that Strengthen School-to-Home Collaborations
by Jennifer Miller, M.Ed. REGISTER HERE for the free September 26th Webinar Educators and parents/guardians alike have a sense that school-family partnerships are important. In fact, parent and guardian engagement is a top predictor of a child’s school success.1 Yet I hear from numerous schools who are deeply engaged in implementing research-based ...Continue reading "5 SEL Strategies that Strengthen School-to-Home Collaborations"
Tips for Creating Employability Opportunities for Students with Neurodiverse Conditions
by John Peterson Students with neurodiverse conditions such as autism spectrum disorder, developmental delays, ADHD and social anxiety have tremendous strengths that could benefit any employer. As educators, our end goal for ALL students includes having them learn, practice, and model employability skills. We also want employers and coworkers ...Continue reading "Tips for Creating Employability Opportunities for Students with Neurodiverse Conditions"
Taking Parent Fear and Anxiety out of the Evaluation and IEP Process
by John Peterson Talking with numerous educators over the years, I have heard many colleagues express significant concern regarding how anxiety- and fear-provoking the initial special education evaluation and IEP development process can be for parents and caregivers, especially when the area of autism is being considered. Instead of focusing ...Continue reading "Taking Parent Fear and Anxiety out of the Evaluation and IEP Process"
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