Virginia Commonwealth University
September 2013 Archives

VDOE’s T/TAC at VCU is moving.

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Chris Frawley, M. Ed. and Kara McCulloch, M. S.

Evan is a fifth grader at Doorway Elementary School. He has a learning disability and frequently stutters when called upon in class.

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Susanne Croasdaile, Ph.D.

Before explaining how self-regulated strategy development (SRSD) can help students become better writers, I have a confession to make: I have to force myself to sit down and write anything longer than a few sentences.

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Kelly E. Ligon, M.Ed., Mona Pruett, M.S., OT/L, Lisa Mann, B.A., and Jackie Neidle, M.S., NBCT

For students with intellectual disabilities, a comprehensive approach to literacy instruction is sometimes lacking.

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Christine E. Young, M.S. Ed and Wanda R. Bass, M.A. Ed

As a first year teacher, Ms. Chapman is extremely excited to begin her teaching career.

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Lanett Willis Brailey, M.A. and Mary Murray Stowe, M.Ed., VDOE T/TAC at William and Mary

More than 20 percent of students are struggling to acquire proficient skills in reading.

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Linda Oggel, M.A., CCC-SLP and Sharon Jones, M. Ed.

When you see the acronym AAC, do you know what that means?

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