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Learn about the main disabilities described by IDEA 2004 and grab a FREE Disability Awareness Student Booklet! #TpT #TeacherGems #Special Education #Disabilities

As I sit here trying to think of the best way to give you a general overview of disabilities that is simple enough for students to understand, I will admit I’m a bit overwhelmed at such a task! There are just so many different disabilities and levels of those disabilities that it would be nearly impossible for me to cover all of them! So in an effort to simplify things for your students I have chosen a few of the most common disabilities to review. I apologize if I’ve missed any that you…

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The City Wire special report: Robert’s colors and Asperger’s Syndrome | Business, Political, and Cultural News in Fort Smith and Northwest Arkansas

The City Wire special report: Robert’s colors and Asperger’s Syndrome | Business, Political, and Cultural News in Fort Smith and Northwest Arkansas

Seeing the possibilities that others overlook is what makes YOU such a wonderful special education teacher #iteachsped #spedtribe Instagram via @breezyspecialed

Seeing the possibilities that others overlook is what makes YOU such a wonderful special education teacher #iteachsped #spedtribe Instagram via @breezyspecialed

Pin by Stephanie Smith on Life | Meaningful quotes, Words quotes, Wisdom quotes

Pin by Stephanie Smith on Life | Meaningful quotes, Words quotes, Wisdom quotes

An Inclusion To-Do List via Jewish Special Needs Education: Removing the Stumbling Block

I have said often that inclusion is not a program. And inclusion is not something that we do for people with disabilities. Rather, inclusion is a mindset, an attitude, a way of thinking that opens doors to opportunities for meaningful engagement, contribution and belonging. But is that enough? Can we just think good thoughts and have the right attitudes and POOF all will be inclusive? It seems fairly obvious that we have to DO something to make inclusion a reality. So, I have drafted my…