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Develop an effective threat assessment and risk management plan that includes consideration of best practices, federal regulations and other legal considerations, and student needs.
Gain a better understanding of testing and how it can impact the education of your students. This information is designed to help you understand testing and how it can affect the education of our students.
Students' mental health needs are a serious problem confronting communities and schools alike. This dilemma is a significant deterrent to academic achievement and self-actualization.
The benefits of this cutting-edge seminar are different because most presentations cover just autism, Asperger's syndrome or nonverbal learning disorders.
The transition from high school to post-secondary education can be difficult for all students, as they deal with new found freedom and increased academic demands.
Don't lose federal monetary assistance with noncompliance. Avoid liability by learning Section 504 obligations, regulations and guidance. Public and private educational facilities receiving any federal monetary...
Gain a better understanding of how to effectively use project-based learning to fully engage students in the classroom.Learn how to increase the depth of student learning in many curricular areas by moving toward...
Gain an understanding of why and how educational games help students become motivated and morph them into better life-long learners. In this ondemand course, Douglas Kiang will share many different ways that he uses...
Are our classrooms ready for the technology demands of the Common Core? With an understanding of the pedagogy of technology in Common Core instruction and assessment, educators can strategically plan activities that...
Every educator understands the inordinate expense and difficulties that accompany an impartial hearing under IDEA or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
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