Virginia Commonwealth University
October/November 2014

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Kira Austin, Ph.D.

Since 1974, school suspension and expulsion rates have more than doubled. Teachers are more likely to leave schools with higher student discipline problems. These discipline problems are not limited to just violence or disruption.

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Cindi A. Jackson, M.Ed.

How can a secondary educator provide support and accommodations in a general education classroom, the hallway, the library, or even the cafeteria without compromising the dignity and independence of students who are deaf or hard of hearing?

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Marilyn R. Rice, M.Ed.

Authentic assessment can be used in the early childhood classroom each day as children interact with one another in play scenarios and learning center areas.

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Mona Pruett, M.S., OT/L

Children who learn math prior to kindergarten are greatly influenced by how they learn math throughout their education. We hear about the importance of reading to our children but the importance of building a strong mathematical foundation is not always emphasized.

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Kira Austin, Ph.D.

You walk into Ms. Fitzpatrick’s kindergarten classroom and you’re surprised to see all of the students stretching in a “downward dog” yoga position.

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The T/TAC at VCU is excited to welcome five new Program Specialists.

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Linda Oggel, M.A., CCC-SLP and Sandy Wilberger, M.Ed.

“Scaffolding, fencing, and construction.” How do these words pertain to the T/TAC at VCU?

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