All posts in special education (IEP)

Tips for a good IEP meeting… and response to questions

Let’s dive into the questions and frustrations many of you expressed on my last article on IEP meetings. Generally, I encourage all of you who are frustrated to bring tape recorders to your meetings. IEP’s and 504’s are legal documents […]

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Book Review: 101 School Success Tools for Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities

I truly enjoyed reading 101 School Success Tools for Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, by Betty Roffman Shevitz, Marisa Stemple, Linda Barnes-Robinson, and Sue Jewler. Not only did I More...

Luke’s Journey to an IEP, Part 3: Is it time to fight?

As you read in Luke's Journey to an IEP, Part 1: The Evaluation, I worked for two years to attain special education services for Luke for his Dysgraphia/Written Expression More...

apps for education, volume 3: math and science

This is the third volume in the apps and education series -- we began with apps for education, volume 1: organization and time management and apps for education, volume 2: More...

{a mom’s} week free of {ADHD}

I walked into my favorite coffee shop, Stomping Grounds, chose a table, and set my laptop bag on a chair. I was about to sit down when I More...

Luke’s Journey to an IEP, Part 2: Developing the IEP

As you read in Luke's Journey to an IEP, Part 1: The Evaluation, I worked for two years to attain special education services for Luke for his Written More...

apps for education, volume 1: organization and time management

I can't remember how I discovered that apps can be used for education and very successfully for special education, but I remember being stunned. I, not owning an More...

Luke’s Journey to an IEP, Part 1: The Evaluation

I have been fighting for special services in the school for Luke for over two years now. I didn't want him to be in special education for his More...

it totally takes a village

We've all heard the ancient African proverb, it takes a village to raise a child. I never believed this to be true though. My family unit can raise More...

Supports for ADHD in the Schools

Guest Post By: Erin N. King, Ed.S, Nationally Certified School Psychologist www.schoolpsychologistfiles.com  and www.schoolpsychologistfiles.blogspot.com Parents of children with ADHD are often faced with the frustration of seeing their child struggle More...

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