Maryland’s Birth to K System of Services for Young Children with Disabilities and Their Families – Legislative Booklet
Having access to services is critical for all children preparing to enter elementary school. Funkstown School for Early Childhood Education in Hagerstown has taken a winning approach to supporting the whole child.
After studying the data on their students’ math performance, Mary H. Matula Elementary School decided it was time for a new approach.
Using the TAP-IT* process, teams tap into data to plan an intervention for a student, implement the intervention, and then track its impact. The teams follow specific protocols across each of the five stages of TAP-IT: Team, Analyze, Plan, Implement, and Track and use a unique Digital Portfolio (DP) platform, developed at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education.
Meet Capri Brown and learn about how his experience at the Transition Education at Carroll Hospital (TEACH) program has made a difference in his life! Programs like TEACH help students of all abilities experience employment.
A new three-part webinar series focusing on Mathematics Instruction, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Assistive Technology (AT).
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.
With over 300 attendees from across Maryland, Intersect exceeded expectations as a day for community learning and idea sharing for the residents of our state.
Just as children are complex, so, too, are the programs that serve them. Early childhood programs vary in terms of staff, overarching mission, assessment tools used, sources that drive what children should be learning, the adopted curriculum, how progress and performance are measured over time, and the leadership and support providers receive.
One term that is misused the most, or maybe, misguides practice the most is standardized. Somehow, when countries determined educational reform was in order, thriving systems chose personalized learning and the US chose a standardized approach.