Extractions: Related Articles ... Special Education Lesson Planning Article L E S S O N P L A N N I N G A R T I C L E April is Special-Education Month. In the classroom, of course, every month is special-education month and every day is a day when special students need to be recognized, appreciated, and understood. This week, Education World brings you some of the best on-line resources for teaching students about the special needs and unique strengths of people with disabilities. Editor's note: Be sure to see this week's CURRICULUM story, Teaching Special Kids: On-Line Resources for Teachers , to learn about on-line activities, lesson plans, and resources for teaching students who have disabilities. Kids Who Are Different
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