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MATN Fall Webinar Series

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A new three-part webinar series focusing on Mathematics Instruction, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Assistive Technology (AT).

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Decoding Dyslexia Maryland

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Decoding Dyslexia Maryland is a grassroots movement driven by Maryland families concerned with the limited access to educational interventions for dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities within our public and non-public schools.

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K-12 Career Explorer

The K-12 Career Explorer is an activity planner based on the Maryland Career Development Framework. Designed for parents and teachers with children from pre-K through 8th grade, this tool provides a wide range of activities to help even young students plan for the future.

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Expert Advice

We spoke with Sue Murray, the Transition Coordinator at the Hannah More School, about a wide range of important issues around transition. Here is part of the interview that is focused towards families.

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Transition: Life After School

As an educator, it’s something you think about a lot. How are you going to help your students make progress? How are you going to help them make the transitions they need to make in their lives?

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Engaging Students and Families

Student and family engagement in the transition process are two of the most significant factors in determining the ultimate success of the transition. So how can you, as an educator, help to promote that engagement?

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Transition: Entitlement Versus Eligibility

When your child moves on to the next phase of life, your child’s legal status will change. According to the federal IDEA (The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act), your child now moves from the stage of Entitlement to the stage of Eligibility. Here’s where we explain the difference.