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Techniques for teaching complex skills to children with special needs

Have you ever written a shopping list for the upcoming weeks groceries and then forgot to bring it with you to the store? If so, you will know how difficult it is to remember everything that was on the list. 

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Parents as Partners: Top Tips to Boost Parental Engagement in Special Education

It’s September and school is back in session!  For educators, it is that magical time of year when anything seems possible.  You’re refreshed and ready to make this year the best ever.  You want all your students to have a

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Using Incidental Teaching to Engage Children in Summer Learning

  Take Advantage of Teachable Moments with Incidental Teaching Whether you are a parent or a teacher, you probably worry about summer learning loss, which frequently occurs when children are out of school for extended breaks. And while learning loss

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4 Tips for Parents: Making Summer Fun and Educational for You and Your Child

Avoiding the Summer Slide with Learning Activities that Will Help Make Summer Fun and Educational by Stephanie Whitley Summer break is here and you are likely thinking about family vacations, summer camps and a more relaxed schedule for your family.

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Putting a Stop-block on the Summer Slide

3 tips for how teachers can support students in avoiding the summer slide The Summer Slide is a familiar conundrum for all educators. The term refers to the learning loss many students experience over the summer break. Research done in 1996

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