Early Childhood

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As part of its strategic "Agenda for Children", the American Pediatrics Association (APA) sponsored an invitation only event in 2015 to discuss "how children and adolescents currently interact with the rapidly evolving digital universe." A summary of discussion themes and recommendations for parents, educators and pediatricians, is summarized in the...

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Published by the Louisiana Department of Education in 2015, the Early Childhood Transition Process- A Guide for helping families of children with special needs prepare for a smooth and effective transition includes general information on the Rights & Responsibilities of families as well as eligibiity under IDEA and Settings...

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There is an app for almost anything! But parents have little time to do extensive evaluation about their educational and/or recreational value. To help parents make informed decisions, the website The iPhone Mom offers parents and care givers a selection of over 2,000 reviews - all done by real,...

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Maryland Learning Links is an educational website co-owned by the Maryland State Department of Education, Division of Special Education and Early Intervention Services (MSDE), and the Johns Hopkins University, School of Education, Center for Technology in Education (JHU CTE). As a free resource for families and educators, the...

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This study presents results of a statewide survey of 1,413 Michigan educators working with students with disabilities.

Link: http://jst.sagepub.com/content/29/1/1.full.pdf+html

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As state education agencies (SEAs) implement more rigorous college and career readiness standards, school leaders must consider how students with disabilities will meet these standards. The checklist, designed to meet the needs of educators at all levels, provides an easy-to-use guide for making purchasing decisions. It identifies key considerations when...

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This webinar was presented by Dana Nieder, author of the award-winning special needs blog, Uncommon Sense. The first video is a presentation focusing on skills parents need to identify AAC technology that addresses their child's needs. Dana Nieder also talks about ways to advocate for AAC, select vocabulary, learn to...

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This PowerPoint accompanies the webinar Getting Started with Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) for Your Child led by Dana Nieder. The presentation focuses on sharing skills parents need to locate the right AAC technology for their child, including how to look for the best system, advocate for...

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In this series of 3 webinars, Beth Poss discusses implications of technology use as an early learning tool for young children with disabilities. Accompanying PowerPoint slides are also included.

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The sheer number of apps available for both iOS and Android platforms often intimidates teachers and makes the selection process difficult. Teachers need to be able to identify appropriate apps that address targeted content and grade level outcomes for students with disabilities. In this article, Selma Powell, Grant Director at...

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