Effective strategies for working with children with an emotional disability
Effective strategies for working with children who have intellectual disabilities
Effective strategies for working with children who have orthopedic impairments
Effective strategies for working with children who have other health impairments?
DSE/EIS Action and why it is Important in early childhood
Each Local School System and Public Agency serving children and youth with disabilities is unique, and their needs for general supervision and engagement from the DSE/EIS vary greatly depending upon numerous factors.
Individuals with autism tend to experience greater success with computer-based learning than traditional face-to-face situations. The strong visuals, clear cause-and-effect logic, and lack of social-interaction play to the typically inherent strengths and needs of students with autism.
Effective strategies for working with children who have deaf-blindness
The Braille Sense U2 is a communication system device for deaf-blind users and features vibratory feedback, integrated connectivity with common-audio amplifications systems, and a built-in brailler.
Forums for Special Education Leaders in Maryland series focuses on a variety of emerging trends and topics that affect education leaders at all levels.