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  • Special Education websites

    I found a wonderful site that provides links to 100 Special Education resources that easily lessens the time spent looking for information. Please check it out and let me know what you think. Happy Searching! Here is the URL/link for the site:&nbsp; www.phdinspecialeducation.com
    Posted to Special Education (Forum) by Ilene on December 30, 2012
  • Special education and Common Core Standards.

    Many special education teachers are getting nervous because they have not had training in the new common core standards. They will be evaluated as their students reach the individual learning objectives, derived from the common core standards. They may be similar to IEP goals, but are not necessarily the same.Teachers who are responsible for the ...
    Posted to Special Education (Forum) by Ilene on August 4, 2012
  • Annual Teacher Evaluation

    Another school year is coming to a close, and many teachers will be evaluated using a new system. After receiving an evaluation, please let me know how the new system worked and where we should go from here.
    Posted to Special Education (Forum) by Ilene on May 28, 2012
  • Training to increase reading skills

    Ten high school honor society seniors have been trained to use Fletchers Place Reading Program with first graders in an afterschool program. The high school students did&nbsp;really well in learning the program and presenting it to the younger children. The first graders have increased their skills and reading level. One first grade teacher said ...
    Posted to prizeteacher (Weblog) by Ilene on April 29, 2012
  • Teacher evaluations

    State test scores earned by special education students and non-special education students are being compared, and used to evaluate a teacher's effectiveness. I think this is an unfair way to measure a teacher's effectiveness. Does anyone else have an opinion?
    Posted to prizeteacher (Weblog) by Ilene on March 11, 2012
  • Teacher evaluations

    Special education students' state test scores will be compared to the test scores of non-special education students, and both will be reflected on teacher evaluations. I don't think this is a fair way to&nbsp;measure a&nbsp;teacher's effectiveness. Any one else have an opinion on this subject?
    Posted to Special Education (Forum) by Ilene on March 11, 2012
  • Reading Program that works!

    Fletcher's Place is a fun and easy to use reading program that has been successful with all types of learners. Check out the website for data. I have been using this program for years and parents are pleased with the reading success their children make. I enjoy teaching with this program because the children become excited and look forward to ...
    Posted to Special Education (Forum) by Ilene on January 6, 2012
  • Fletcher's Place Reading Program

    I have been training teachers in the philosophy and methodology of&nbsp;Fletcher's Place, a&nbsp;multisensory reading program. It is a well received and fun to use program that is beneficial for all types of learners. It is a pleasure to meet and work with so many dedicated teachers.
    Posted to prizeteacher (Weblog) by Ilene on January 6, 2012
  • Educational Games for Special Needs Children

    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&nbsp;specific children.&nbsp; Look at the games children like to play and think about the skills&nbsp;children need to learn, and how the children learn best. Teach those skills ...
    Posted to prizeteacher (Weblog) by Ilene on November 23, 2011
  • Games

    Games can be a great educational tool to motivate students and to have fun while learning. Commercial games that teach can be used as they are intended or can be re-purposed to meet individual students' needs. Teachers are very creative and can make terrific learning games to match the needs of their students. Many of these games should be ...
    Posted to Special Education (Forum) by Ilene on November 23, 2011
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