Sunday, December 17, 2017

Educational Links 12/18/17

4 Characteristics Of A Learning Leader

Hey educators: Are you trustworthy? Here are 4 vital signs for identifying and assessing trust in schools

Teaching Strategies: Well-Being Through Art Therapy

6 Ways to Take the Joy Out of Reading

Myths and Realities About Language Disorders

A study has been following 'gifted' kids for 45 years. Here's what we've learned.

The ‘forgotten’ part of special education that could lead to better outcomes for students

Schools are legally obligated to create meaningful post-schooling plans for students with disabilities as part of their Individualized Education Programs, or IEPs. Under federal law, special education students must have transition plans in place by age 16 that include work, school and independent living goals that a student would like to achieve. Several states require schools to start this process at age 14.

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