Tag: learning disabilities

Reaching Various Exceptionalities: Autism Spectrum

By Scott Sterling This is the last in a series of posts about actionable strategies that any teacher can use to reach students with varying exceptionalities. This week: students with autism spectrum disorders. Autism comes in many forms, from mild to severe. General education teachers rarely if ever see students

Reaching Various Exceptionalities: Dyslexia

By Scott Sterling This is the second in a series of posts about actionable strategies that any teacher can use to reach students with varying exceptionalities. This week: students with dyslexia. Until recent years, dyslexia has often been treated as almost a death sentence to a student’s academic career. The

Navigating the Common Core Strategies: Inclusion Dos & Do Betters

By Toby J. Karten Walking along the shore, hand in hand, glancing at the horizon, are two protagonists: A student with an IEP An educator who is implementing Common Core State Standards (CCSS)   As partners, these two characters—along with colleagues, administrators, legislators, related service providers, families, and peers—comprise a