Web 2.0 special education curriculum

 TEL.A.VISION announced today the launch of their new curriculum, focussed on special education and at-risk students, and its new site license program.
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TEL.A.VISION, the Web 2.0 online curriculum, announced today the launch of their new curriculum, focussed on special education and at risk students, and its new site license program.

The curriculum was created under the direction of Dr. Christy Chambers, past president of CASE (Council of Administrators of Special Education) and past superintendent of Special Education District of McHenry County, Woodstock, IL.

The license purchase covers all student, teacher and administrator use at a school, and includes a curriculum guide, lesson plans, and on-line media so each lesson can be taught with a computer and projector or/and an interactive whiteboard.

For more information, visit http://www.telavision.tv

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