Meghan Rodo is like many 20-year-olds, leading a busy life with friends and her boyfriend, and planning for the day she can move out of her parents’ Reisterstown home and in with a roommate.
After years of stories involving recess and physical education being cut from school schedules, some districts, including Maryland’s Washington County, are returning recess as a standard part of the school day.
This May is Mental Health Month; Maryland Learning Links is raising awareness of Risky Business (#riskybusiness). The campaign is meant to
educate and inform individuals dealing with a mental health concern understand that some behaviors and habits can be detrimental to
recovery—or even mask a deeper issue—but that seeking help is nothing to be ashamed of.
Strategies for allowing deaf/hard of hearing students to access instructional media.
Occupational therapists’ have a unique skill set to provide support and enhance your child’s participation in school. Their ideas can be applied at home to help with homework, self-care and other daily routines.
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.
After studying the data on their students’ math performance, Mary H. Matula Elementary School decided it was time for a new approach.
Part one of a two-part video series exploring the key elements of truly collaborative co-teaching.
2017 Scholarship Program for blind high school seniors through grad school students. Program offered by the National Federation of the Blind.
Supports, learning modules, and resources is designed to provide a personalized, interactive learning experience for practitioners, providers and families in the support of evidence-based practices in early childhood settings.