Saturday, November 11, 2017

Educational Links 11/11/17



The importance of music and singing in early development cannot be underestimated


How to Build Self-Assessment Into Jampacked High School Classes


How to Explain ADHD to a Teacher: Parents Share Their Favorite Tips



The Damaging Myth of Normalcy



How Do You Respond to Unexpected Student Questions? Teachers Weigh In



 How one Colorado boy with autism schooled the Supreme Court on public education for the disabled


Endrew sends a clear judicial message that both parent input and school officials’ professional judgment must be joined together in the interest of an individual child. Years of costly litigation may have blurred that concept, but Endrew offers the proverbial “reset.” If interpreted as a victory for all parties, it can provide a valuable point of common ground in the struggle to fulfill the promise of special education law.

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