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Are Your Students Taking STAAR Online?

If so, it’s important that they familiarize themselves with the online testing environment and embedded tools. One great way to do this is to use the STAAR Online Features & Supports Checklist while completing the STAAR online tutorials and practic…

Beat the Heat 2017 Full-Day Speakers

Take your learning to the next level with these full-day sessions for Beat the Heat Day 1! Christine Reeve, BCBA – Setting Up Classrooms for Students with Autism Like a Ninja Cindy R. Miller, MS – Teaching Grade Level Standards Across the Curriculum Dr. Vickie Mitchell – Building Sustainable Adult Schedules: The Life Plan with a Focus on Diversity […]

Beat the Heat 2017: Registration is Open!

Beat the Heat 2017 June 21 & 22 Beat the Heat 2017 is coming! Register for this exceptional learning opportunity designed for educators, parents, and others who work with children ages 3-21 with significant disabilities. Wednesday ♦ June 21, 2017 ♦ 9 am – 4 pm This first day of Beat the Heat is devoted to full […]

Announcing Beat the Heat 2016 Keynote Speakers: Kristin Neff, Sarah Barnes & Jesse Kizer

We are delighted to announce our keynote speakers for Beat the Heat 2016. Thursday, June 30 Dr. Kristin Neff  – The Science of Self-Compassion Be good to yourself!  Dr. Kristin Neff  will discuss self-compassion.  Learn practical strategies for maintaining emotional well-being in a stressful work environment.   Find out more about Dr. Neff on her Self-Compassion […]

Resource to pass along to parents

Have you discovered the website understood.org yet? This website is designed for parents of a child with learning and attention issues. The website has great resources for anyone wanting to know more about learning disabilities and attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder. For example, it can take you through simulations of these different disabilities, helping parents […]

Resource to pass along to parents

Have you discovered the website understood.org yet? This website is designed for parents of a child with learning and attention issues. The website has great resources for anyone wanting to know more about learning disabilities and attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder. For example, it can take you through simulations of these different disabilities, helping parents […]

Free tool for using visual representations to solve word problems

In Mathematics Instruction For Students with Learning Disabilities or Difficulty Learning Mathematics: A Guide for Teachers (2008) put out by the Center on Instruction, recommendation #4 states, “Teach students to visually represent the information in the math problem.” Research shows that students with learning disabilities benefit from using visuals that correlate to specific problem types. […]

Accessibility Options for High Stakes Testing- Dec 3 webinar

View Online Accessibility Options for High Stakes Testing AbleNet University FREE Professional Development Wednesday, December 3 School districts across the country use a computer-based platform, such as Pearson’s TestNav, to deliver high stakes …

Sped Teachers, Don’t Miss Caroline Musselwhite’s iWrite! Workshops for Emergent and Early Conventional Writers

Region 13 is fortunate to have Caroline Musselwhite, Ed.D, CCC/SLP with us for 2 days of professional development!  Dr. Caroline Musselwhite is a specialist with more than 30 years of experience working with children and adolescents with severe disabi…

2014-15 Free Assistive Technology Trainings

Need current information on Assistive Technology?  Here are resources to get your year off to a great start! Learning Ally is sponsoring a free webinar entitled on Wednesday, September 24 @ 11:30 am entitled “Assistive Technology for Reading Accom…

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