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Thursday, September 6, 2012
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
I am a certified special education teacher K-12. I will be retiring in two years and would like to become a special education advocate.
What is the first step?
You are wise to prepare ahead of time.
Transition: From Special Ed Teacher to Special Ed Advocate
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Monday, September 3, 2012
'Not Ordinary Redefining My Autism Life' = NORMAL is our new series about living on the Autism Spectrum. Share your perspectives, advice, questions, comments on Not Ordinary.
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"All Children can Learn."
Let's start the school year by understanding our Students who are learning while on the Autism Spectrum, specifically, those with Aspergers Syndrome.
This is an excerpt from 'Autism Learning Felt'.
Many parents with children that have Asperger’s know that there are going to be problems that arise having their children in a mainstream school. But are those problems a product of the child or of the system? Schooling so often these days is like a cookie cutter factory. Those that fall above or below the norm just have to fit in.
This is a reason that many parents choose to homeschool. They can teach their child in the way their child learns best. With a guided curriculum toward a auditory, visual or kinesthetic education, the parent’s approach to teaching becomes more efficient for the child to learn.
Read the complete article at Educating Children with Asperger’s Disorder