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  1. How To Reach and Teach Children and Teens with Dyslexia: A Parent and Teacher Guide to Helping Students of All Ages Academically, Socially, and Emotionally (J-B Ed: Reach and Teach) by Cynthia M. Stowe M.Ed., 2000-09-04
  2. The Dyslexia Checklist: A Practical Reference for Parents and Teachers (J-B Ed: Checklist) by Sandra F. Rief M.A., Judith Stern M.A., 2010-01-12
  3. Overcoming Dyslexia in Children, Adolescents, and Adults by Dale R. Jordan, 2002-05-15
  4. Fluency and Comprehension Interventions for Third-Grade Students.(Statistical Data Included): An article from: Remedial and Special Education by Sharon Vaughn, David J. Chard, et all 2000-11-01
  5. Calendar.(Special education, conferences)(Calendar): An article from: Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities
  6. Never Too Late to Read: Language Skills for the Adolescent With Dyslexia : Based on the Work of Alice Ansara by Ann Cashwell Tuley, 1998-12
  7. DYSLEXIA HOW WLD I COPE 2ED PB by Ryden M, 1992-05-01
  8. Help for Dyslexic Children by MA, Dip.Ed. Elaine Miles, 2007-03-14
  9. Policy Statement on Full Funding of IDEA.(Brief Article): An article from: Journal of Disability Policy Studies
  10. Reading and Attention Disorders: Neurobiological Correlates

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Just how pervasive is the American problem of unmastered basic and advanced academic skills? What are the consequences for those who fall short? What impact do the academic "have-nots" have on modern American culture? What applications of available technology, within the typical classroom, can facilitate the acquisition of basic and advanced academic skills? What laws and government initiatives drive this process? Specifically, what researched technological solutions successfully overcome the learning challenges experienced by dyslexic students? How can employment of technological solutions result in practical, fiscally responsible, compliance with the federal education and disability rights laws concerning people with "specific learning disabilities (SLDs)?" Who are the 11% of all U.S. students, aged 16-24, who dropout of school? (NCES 1997, 3) Who are the 92.6% of 17 year-olds who graduate without math proficiency in multi-step problem solving and algebra? (NCES 1997, 123-124) Who are the 21% of American adults who cannot read a simple paragraph, or the 22% who cannot perform simple arithmetic? (NCES 1997, 416)

5. Marc's Special Education/Exceptionality Page
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Welcome to my special education and exceptionality page. I hope that you find this page of resources useful. Feel free to check out my lesson plans page and my educational resources page as well. If you want to suggest any improvements, or inform me of any "dead" links, please contact me at the address below.

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Tori Ledlow, who teaches at Pinson (Alabama) Elementary School, submitted this week’s yummy hands-on lesson, in which gummy bears are used to teach simple subtraction. (Grades PreK-2) Voice of Experience: Handling Difficult Students Lessons from Mrs. G
Educator Perri Gibbons pays tribute to teacher Deb Graudins, whose success with the most challenging students wins respect from students and colleagues alike. Her measured, consistent approach could hold lessons for any teacher who must handle difficult students. Inclusion Can Work Without Too Much Work!
Each week, an educator takes a stand or shares an Aha! moment in the classroom in the Education World Voice of Experience column. This week, educator Janice Robertson shares how she looks forward to integrating special needs students into her sixth grade science classes. That was not always the case, though! The simple modifications she made to her usual teaching practices benefit all the students in her classes. Prepping Kindergartners for the Future
Faced with a growing immigrant population, a California school district is considering implementing a two-year kindergarten program.

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powered by FreeFind General Resources I n ternet Resources for Special Children- Here is a collection of links to sites related to special education. Parents Helping Parents - Here is a newsletter, support, equipement exchange, and more for parents of special needs children. Special Needs and Disabilities - Here is information and links to resources, organized by disability. Tell Us Your Story - This site contains current and archived stories about disability awareness, rights, and inspiration. This is useful for families and individuals experiencing a disability or students conducting research. Just Because We Have A Disability Doesn't Mean We Byte -Here are disability resources, kid's fun stuff, parent and teacher information, and more. Family Village This site integrates information, resources, and communication opportunities on the Internet for families of persons with cognitive and other disabilities. SERI Special Education Resources on the Internet (SERI) is a collection of Internet accessible information resources of interest to those involved in the fields related to Special Education. It is organized by handicap.

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    16. Blessed With Dyslexia By Stacy Poulos -Introduction-
    I went through in today's society with a learning disability dyslexia, and the Iwent back to interview my elementary school 'special ed' teacher about my
    I've been in special Ed classes since I flunked the first grade. It didn't help my self-esteem growing up with a stigma of being "Learning Handicapped" or 'Dyslexic'. Even though deep inside I knew I was smart, I just couldn't prove it through the 'normal' channels of testing as other kids. (Images below are click-able) When I learned in my 7th grade Special Ed Class, Albert Einstein was dyslexic, I quit being ashamed of my disability; it gave me a sense of pride I never experienced before. I didn't know exactly what he did, I just knew that the same people who made me feel inferior, thought he was a "genius" (i.e. someone super smart), something I was never thought of to be (back then), but because Einstein and I had something 'in common', I realized I had potential to do great things. I just had to find the way. Just knowing that, lit the candle within me, and was a turning point in my life. This book is dedicated to helping others find the way on that road to self discovery, hopefully, to be who you are sooner. I begged my mom to get me out of "Special Ed"

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    dyslexia information on the Region 10 ESC Web Site can be found following the Programs link, then selecting Instructional Technology, then special Programs
    Reading Initiative for Special Education (RISE) Special Education Reading Project (SERP) Reading Links Reading Resources Dyslexia Information Network The Dyslexia Information Network program at Region 10 Education Service Center (ESC) assists districts, education service centers, universities, parents and others with questions concerning dyslexia and dyslexia education programs. Dyslexia information on the Region 10 ESC Web Site can be found following the "Programs" link, then selecting "Instructional Technology," then "Special Programs." For more information, contact Helen Macik at Region 10 ESC by telephone at (800) 232-3030 ext. 1410 or through e-mail Also available through Region 10 ESC is the videotape, Dyslexia: Recognizing Characteristics , an introduction to the observable characteristics that are typical of the student with dyslexia. Interviews with classroom teachers and parents highlight the difficulties in language that are associated with dyslexia as defined in research and described in the document Dyslexia and Related Disorders Dyslexia and Related Disorders (February 2001) The Dyslexia and Related Disorders document developed by the TEA Division of Curriculum and Professional Development , contains the approved Procedures Concerning Dyslexia and Related Disorders and provides school districts and parents with additional information regarding the state's dyslexia law and its relationship to the federal laws, 34 C.F.R. Part 104 which implements Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

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