Fifth Grade Teachers - Unit 1 Reading Try Wikispaces Classroom now. Brand new from Wikispaces. guest Join | Help | Sign In Fifth Grade Teachers Home guest| Join | Help | Sign In Turn off "Getting Started" Loading... 7 Lessons From The Community of Disability The tragedy of disability is not disability itself, but the isolation it often creates. This was one of the most important lessons our family had to learn. Sadly, we learned it the hard way. But hard lessons often lead to great insights and over the past few years we have had the wonderful opportunity to gain great wisdom from several families in many different communities. While there are still many discoveries to be made along this journey, here are at least 7 helpful insights gleaned from the community of disability that have made a powerful difference in our family. 1. When you are given a child with a severe disability, it is essential that you see God’s sovereign hand at work in your family. 2. I was very slow to realized the purpose and potential of our family’s suffering and hardship until I began sharing our experiences. 2 Corinthians 1:3-7 came alive during that time. 3. 4. As said before, the danger of disability is isolation. 5. 6. 7.
Regarding the... Series Classroom Set Contest - Harcourt Children's Books The contest is over. Winners will be selected and notified soon! Welcome, Teachers and Librarians! One grand prize winner will receive a classroom set (up to thirty copies) of Regarding the Trees in paperback, one of each book in the Regarding series published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in hardcover, and an online chat or conference phone call with Kate and M. Also, five lucky first prize winners will receive one copy of each book in the Regarding series published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in hardcover. Set at Geyer Creek Middle School, the action of this acclaimed five-book series is told in letters, newspaper articles, and occasionally BEAN-mails. Kate Klise is the author of many successful (and hilarious) middle grade novels, including Regarding the Fountain, an IRA-CBC Young Adults’ Choice, as well as Trial by Journal and Letters from Camp, all illustrated by her sister Sarah. M. For more information about Kate and M. Only one entry per person is permitted.
Special Needs : Testing and Consultants for Struggling Learners HSLDA recommends that parents of children with special needs use the services of an educational consultant to help determine levels of functioning and progress made throughout the year. Most importantly, consultants can help provide instructional techniques that the parent can use instead of the typical curriculum that works well for the other members in the family, but not for the struggling learner. These consultants help the parent explore many different methods to help their child get past the learning blocks that are preventing him from succeeding. They can serve as your encourager, instructional guide, and vouch for the progress your child has made each year, if this should ever be called into question by any officials. How can you find a good consultant to partner with you in your endeavors? Online Resources Evaluations What kind of quarterly evaluations/contacts are necessary? HSLDA does not specify what the evaluation should involve. Should I send the evaluations to HSLDA? No. No.
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