Category Archives: Special Ed

Peds Tx Corner: Social Behavior Starts with Social Thought: The Four Steps of Perspective Taking

Editor’s Note:   Thank you to School Psyched, Your School Psychologist for featuring this article.    You can follow her HERE Students (including adults) usually respond that social thinking is only used while within a social interaction, such as hanging out … Continue reading


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Homemade Slime Leaves Girl with Third-Degree Burns

[Source:  USA Today] A common ingredient in DIY slime is to blame for a Massachusetts girl’s second- and third-degree burns, according to reports. Eleven-year-old Kathleen Quinn who made DIY slime “a million times” with no problems, suddenly started crying in … Continue reading


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Will High Court Ruling Raise Expectations for Special Ed.?

[Source:  Education Week] Advocates for children with disabilities are cheering a recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court as a clear win that establishes more-ambitious academic standards for special education students. Representatives for some educational groups and districts, on the … Continue reading


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Dear Teacher, This is What I Would Like You to Know About Me

[Source:  Stirred Up] This is a must watch for all who teach students with disabilities.  Please  share far and wide! Watch and Share This Video HERE


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Nike Improves Shoe Accessibility

[Source:  Disability Scoop] Nike is taking steps toward increased accessibility with a new shoe designed to make it even easier for people with disabilities to slip their feet in and out. The athletic-wear giant said this week that it’s introducing … Continue reading


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