Virginia Commonwealth University
February 2012 Archives

Marilyn Rice, M.Ed.

Self regulationThe teacher in the four year olds classroom has announced to the children that the learning centers are open. Sam jumps up from the circle and runs to the block center…

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Kira Austin, M.Ed.

Autism service provider logosYou help your students every day. You help them to learn grammar rules and math equations. You help them learn how to navigate friendships and social situations…

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Sharon Jones, M.Ed.

Assistive technologyThis is the retelling of a story featured on Don Johnston’s website about how assistive technology (AT) benefits students with disabilities.

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Chris Frawley, M.Ed.

Student with math fluencyMr. Toledo, a fifth grade teacher, presents a lesson on solving multistep math problems involving multiplication…

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Mona Pruett, M.S., OT/L

Demystify the assistive technology assessment processThe Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA, 2004) requires that Individualized Education Program (IEP) teams consider the need for assistive technology (AT) for all students with disabilities.

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Kelly Ligon, M.Ed.

Teach students with disabilities using the Four-Blocks FrameworkLiteracy instruction is an essential daily component of every classroom. However, for students with intellectual disabilities (ID), a comprehensive approach to literacy instruction is sometimes lacking.

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As you read the articles included in this edition of Innovations and Perspectives, please keep in mind that the libraries and labs of VDOE’s Training and Technical Assistance Center (T/TAC) at VCU offer many resources to enhance student learning.

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