special education curriculum Archives

special education curriculum

  • Stages Math Number Sense Review

    Educators are always looking for appropriate options for math skills practice and assessment. Enter Stages Math Number Sense Software and App - a comprehensive, interactive, and engaging number sense platform that I love to recommend to educators. Many times, the instructional strategies we use with our students on IEPs promote dependence. I love how Stages Math, instead, promotes independence and success.
  • Practical Perspective: Skill Maintenance Over the Summer

    Summer is almost here, and another school year is quickly coming to an end! This month we want to provide a few ideas for summer supports that can assist students to maintain their skill levels and promote a smooth transition to the 2018-2019 school year.
  • This year, we would like to give another student in special education a chance to express themselves through art and be featured in the 2019 catalog! The catalog cover design contest  is an opportunity for K-12 students in special education across the United States to showcase their talent.
  • Practical Perspective: Addressing Areas of Improvement

    You’ve probably learned a lot from your staff and students this year.  In addition to celebrating success, it’s time to put a practical plan with lasting impacts in place for the 2018 - 2019 school year.
  • Practical Perspective: WIOA Meets Assistive Technology

    The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is a landmark legislation. It has been designed to strengthen and improve our workforce system and assist youth and adults with significant barriers to: Enter high-quality jobs and careers Assist employers to hire and retain skilled workers Match employers with the skilled workers they need to compete in the global economy
  • Practical Perspective: Incorporating Supplemental Resources

    Did you know that ALL of Attainment’s curricular resources come with a disc or flash drive that contain PDFs of student materials and an image library?
  • Practical Perspective: Celebrating Success

    It’s that time of the year when we review our programs and services to identify successes and needed improvements. In the next two administrator awareness blogs, we’ll explore celebrating successes & planning for areas of improvement.
  • Practical Perspective: An Inclusive Classroom

    At the Wisconsin SLP Institute this spring, Dr. Paula Kluth spoke about active and collaborative strategies for inclusive classrooms. I found it refreshing to hear so many ideas that would allow students who are nonverbal and using an AAC device or strategy be successful in an inclusive classroom.
  • Practical Perspective: Model-Lead-Test Direct Instruction Approach

    As teachers, we often measure the success of our instructional lessons by the instructional gains our students make. Research shows that evidence-based teaching strategies are likely to have the largest impact on student results. This month, we are going to focus on the direct instruction approach called Model-Lead-Test.
  • Practical Perspective: Pre-Employment Transition Services, Self-Advocacy

    The fifth Pre-ETS focuses on self-advocacy and peer mentoring.  This emphasis is on the person’s ability to assert his or her own interests, needs, and wishes, and the ability to communicate them to others.

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