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Third Day, Positively Sleepy?

From my perspective, School Day No. 3, which was a Wednesday, commenced as inauspiciously as School Day No. 2. Martin woke himself early by coughing, then had to be dragged from bed to the breakfast table. 324 more words


6 UDL ideas which will promote inclusion, (and cut your workload)!

  1. Use visual cues

A visual sequence is a common tool for students with autism or reading difficulties.  Using a sequence of symbols to guide students through an activity will not only aid those with literacy difficulties, but also be clear to good readers.  839 more words

moving again

It was only a little over a month ago when I posted “new year, new room“. And now, on almost the last day of September I had to pack up my stuff and move rooms. 488 more words

Supreme Court says it will hear special education case

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court says it’ll decide the minimum that public schools must do to help learning-disabled students.

The court agreed Thursday to resolve differences among federal appeals court over the standards schools must meet under the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. 88 more words


Donna Hall Mitchell, Ed.D./Founder

Title: Founder

Company: Mitchell and Associates, LLC

Location: Fairfield, AL, United States

Fairfield, AL, United States, September 23, 2016, Donna Hall Mitchell, Ed.D., Founder of Mitchell and Associates, LLC, has been recognized by Elite Women Worldwide, for dedication, achievement and leadership in education management. 307 more words


Days 9 & 10: Still Surviving (Almost Thriving?)

As if I’ve already spent 10 full days here!! That means 83 days left (and 87 days until Christmas!!!), but let’s not start counting down just yet. 788 more words


Susan Dosen

Title: Director (Retired)

Company: St. Paul Public Schools

Location: Minnetonka, MN, United States

Minnetonka, MN, United States, September 19, 2016, Susan Dosen, Director (Retired) at St. 276 more words