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Student: Beth, what did you say you have again? OCD?
Beth: Nope! Though I understand your confusion. I have AD/HD.
Student: H? But you’re not all, “Blaaaah!!!”
Tags » Special Education
Gayle Dublin will present the Basic Rights in Special Education workshop offered through the Federation for Children with Special Needs. Through this workshop, parents can learn more about eligibility, planning and decision-making regarding special education services and support.
Standard 5.4 is Managing Student Behavior by Establishing Expectations: Standards of Conduct are Clear to All Students. To me, this means that teachers need to explain to students how they should act during a particular lesson (and/or in their class at all times) frequently before lessons so that students can remember what is expected and the consequences if rules go unfollowed. 308 more words