Archive for November 30th, 2017

Three Tips to Create Great FBAs and BIPs

We asked our education specialist, Amy Fanetti to give us a little bit of insight on how to write great functional behavioral assessments and behavior intervention plans. For newbies to the behavior world, functional behavioral assessments and behavior intervention plans are critical documents that guide us as we deal with behavior on a campus or …

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Teaching young children how to add or subtract should be fun and hands on!

For many of us, our first memories of computing addition and subtraction problems come in the form of isolated numbers without any meaning attached to it. We would simply receive a “naked number sentence” (3+3=__) where no context or scenario was presented and we were asked to find the answer using a pencil, paper or …

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December LPAC At-A-Glance

We hope everyone had a wonderful holiday break. Are you rejuvenated? Are you ready for some cooler weather?  Before winter break,  be sure to check in on all of our hardworking ELLs! The LPAC Year-at-a-Glance (check your livebinder) is a great resource to keep close by when considering your ELLs and their annual progress. Need a …

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