The first step to take in understanding your role in the IEP process with your identified students is to begin with “I” statements! How easy is that?
I am getting ready this week to work with some special educators on a project they have in mind, yet, in addition, I am going to introduce something I know they need and hope they will
Usually, we expect the photo to tell a story, a good image is worth 1,000 words. The set up for the photo. A family party, my 81 year old Mom, my brother and his wife
This is the second post in a series of posts about a summer science camp for teachers that I attended.
This blog post is for my son Nathan. Last week he kept sending me links, Mom, you need to blog about this Gizmodo , had a post about how to replace your landline with google voice and a couple of
A few years ago I wrote a guest blog for Wes Fryer as a series of 3 letters.( June 2007 ) One letter to an administrator from a teacher, one to a teacher from the student, one to a student