Tag Archives: Special Ed

Special Ed Corner: An Open Letter from a Special Ed Teacher to a General Ed Teacher

[Source: The Autism Helper] Dear General Education Teacher, Let me take a minute to introduce myself and my class. Even though we have worked down the hallway from each other for years, we have both been so busy that we … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: When Students Feel Sad

[Source: Doyle Speech Works] Recently I experienced a deep sadness with someone I care about. It wasn’t my sadness, but hers.  To see tears and self-doubt, a turning inside out was so incredibly difficult. I felt a strong feeling of … Continue reading

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Resource of the Week: One Place for Special Needs Back to School Guide

[Source: One Place for Special Needs The kids will be back to school before we know it. Plan for your school year now with articles for parents, teacher resources, explaining a child’s disability to teachers plus other resources like visual … Continue reading

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Autism At Center Of New Netflix Series ‘Atypical’

[Source: Disability Scoop] The coming-of-age story of an 18-year-old with autism is headed to Netflix. The streaming service said it will debut the eight-episode series “Atypical” later this summer. The half-hour show is presented from the perspective of Sam, a … Continue reading

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Parents Awarded $900K After Hidden Cameras Capture Student Restraint

[Source: Education Week] Arbitrators have awarded $900,000 to a family that sued the Clark County, Nev., district after their son was restrained repeatedly during the 2011-12 school year‐some of which was caught on videocameras that had been hidden in the … Continue reading

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