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The workshops presented on Nov.2,2011 and Nov.3,2011 were well received. Games can be bought in a store and used as they are intended, or re-purposed to match the needs of specific children. Look at the games children like to play and think about the skills children need to learn, and how the children learn best. Teach those skills in the format of the game and they will not realize they are learning! Of course, games can be created and designed in school or at home to meet the needs of individual students.
I retired from a school district as a CSE Chairperson. Prior to that position, I taught special eduction classes for over twenty years. I have always been an advocate for my students and their parents. Now, in private practice, I continue to tutor students and consult with their parents.