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Tag: Intervention

Articles | September 2, 2016

As classroom teachers, one of the biggest challenges is accommodating the needs of every student. In a class of thirty students, knowing how to help each child can be an

Articles | April 12, 2013

For teachers, the IEP process can be second nature.  However, for many parents, especially those who have just learned that their child needs accommodations, the process can be overwhelming.  Helping

Articles | August 8, 2012

As an ESL Resource Teacher/Specialist in a Title I Elementary School in Anchorage, Alaska I was responsible for over 200 students that spoke more than 20 different languages. I was

Articles | December 6, 2010

Guest Post by Dr. Kelli Sandman-Hurley, Dyslexia Training Institute The word dyslexia has unfortunately been used, abused and misused throughout the years which has made teachers, administrators, and school psychologists

Articles | July 15, 2010

How many times have you struggled to figure out why a student in your class cannot read?  He is a smart child with a creative and clever mind, but when

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