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Teaching English to deaf students

As I discussed in a previous article, the prelingually deaf often need ESL instruction since American Sign Language (ASL) is their first language. Many deaf people face the same issues as ESL students when they go through the educational process along with hearing students....

source: By Douglas Magrath
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Students with ADHD often benefit from special ADHD accommodations established by teachers and parents who spend thoughtful time pinpointing problematic ADHD symptoms, and then devising classroom accommodations that help solve those problems....

source: ADDitude Magazine

When Rebecca Sauter started working with students with disabilities in Bellingham schools 15 years ago, she already had a bachelor's degree in psychology and childhood development. Sauter could also rely on...

source: The Seattle Times

More than a month after a federal court ruled against the U.S. Department of Education's efforts to delay a special education regulation, advocates are blasting the agency for continuing to stall. In early March, U.S. District Judge Tanya...

source: Disability Scoop

School and social successes hinge more on language ability...

source: By: Sheilamary Koch (commentary)

Social and emotional learning has caught a sizable wave in American K–12 education. Googling the phrase will get more than 400 million hits. It's the focus of a high-profile Aspen Institute national commission that issued its final...

source: Education Next

Social science and technology research offer teachers many promising new ways of educating but not always...

source: By: Patrick Gleeson (commentary)


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