The investment of time to build rapport is worth all the prevention of disruptive behaviors later. Fifth-grade teacher Barry White Jr. of Ashley Park Elementary School in Charlotte, North Carolina, greets his students with special handshakes every day before they enter class.
‘Autism Speaks’ partnered with malls across the country to offer special “sensory friendly” visits for children with autism who want to meet Santa.
Watch the Universal Dancers for Learning as they sing and dance their way to showing how UDL can work in your classroom.
At it’s meeting on May 24, the Maryland Board of Education announces Karen Salmon as the new Maryland Schools Superintendent. Her title will be Acting Superintendent through June; her full term starts July 1st.
The following recorded webinar, Incorporating Deaf Culture into the Mainstream Experience: The Educational Interpreter’s Role, featuring expert Ricky Rose, Jr. is part of a learning series for Educational Interpreters to practice and demonstrate their proficiency for understanding the speaker’s sign language
In part two of Measuring Up, Dr. Kristi Pretti-Frontczak discusses how adults give feedback to children and the impact it has on student assessment. Be sure to check back next week for part three which discusses effective tools for child led assessment. Dr. Pretti-Frontczak helps inspire educators re-invent early care and education from the inside out.
The new MSOP report is currently available for those local school systems using the Maryland Online IEP system