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An overview of assessment questions, steps and purposes for children with special needs.
This chart lists the categories of disability in Federal Special Education Law and give a brief description of each disability.
Help your child live and work in the community successfully.
Examines the advantages and disadvantages of labeling a student who has been  identified as requiring special education services.
Outlines the advantages and disadvantages of various types of approaches used in the resource classroom.
Find out about what tests are used to diagnose or help students with special needs.
Summarizes how universal design for learning (UDL) is a way to help all students access the curriculum in nonstandard ways and how it varies from typical
Want to find out more about your student's learning behavior? Get insight into his behavior with these 10 informal assessments.
Provides a brief description of various types of resource rooms, including categorical, specific skills and itinerant resource rooms.
An overview of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
An introduction to the resource room or pull-out model in special education.
Provides a list of what a comprehensive assessment should include when evaluating a child for special education.
Summarizes the prevalence of learning disabilities seen in school-aged children and the associated factors including economic status, age and gender.
Considerations when using accommodations in testing may include; they must be appropriate, they should be used in a fair manner, and should not be used in
An overview of strategies for teaching social studies to students with disabilities.
Three primary purposes of using assessment results are discussed including planning for instruction, reporting progress and evaluating programs.
Research has found that parent involvement is effective for students with learning disabilities and how the government is beginning to mandate it.
Comparative grades are inherently unfair to students with special needs. How, then, should we assign grades to special education students?
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