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Participants explored some of the reasons students develop a reluctance to express themselves in writing, among these is dysgraphia. Regina Richards, M.A., shared a variety of high-tech and low-tech strategies for reversing writing reluctance. We also discussed handwriting, spelling, and information organization (generating ideas and planning/translating the ideas into written...

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Los padres son los abogados más eficaces de los niños. Es crucial que los padres estén preparados e informados cuando reuniéndose con al equipo de IEP. Aprenda sobre las opciones de TA disponibles. La tecnología de asistencia puede ser un componente inestimable en la vida diaria de su niño.

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For children ages 0-5 years old, interventions, special education, and assistive technology for disabilities are rights protected by law. This article covers specific laws that cover the rights of young children with disabilities, emphasizing Assistive Technology.

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This informational article considers what works when creating a condusive educational environment for all students. It takes the concepts of Universal Design and assistive technology to create the kind of environment that fits every child's needs.

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Despite recent pushback in the media over "screen time", the iPad and its apps can create wonderful learning opportunities for young children. They are accessible, relevant, and can be great educational tools for young learners. US Dept of Education did some research as part of their Ready to Learn program...

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Areas designed for early intervention use include supports to help young children participate in daily activities. This checklist can help educators ensure that these areas are well-equipped for inclusive learning, and promote growth for a diverse population of preschool children with a wide range of abilities and interests.

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This checklist will ensure that educators have the necessary materials to meet the needs of all their students, and provide learning opportunities for every child. In this way, growth in early childhood classrooms can include the supports to help these children participate in daily activities.

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The purpose of Early Childhood programs is to intentionally design environments to be responsive to all children’s needs and to provide opportunities for every child to demonstrate learning and growth in all areas. Given the diverse nature of today’s preschool population, care must be taken to select equipment, materials and...

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This checklist ensures that Early Childhood programs design environments to be responsive to all children’s needs and provide opportunities for growth and development. Equipment, materials, and tools must be selected that are useful to a wide range of abilities and interests, and caters to an ever-diversifying population of children.

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Toys and other play materials with UD features can be used by all children playing together, including those with sensory (vision, hearing), cognitive (thinking, planning) and/or physical (fine or gross motor) disabilities. The social aspect of play is demonstrated through the toy’s appeal, its usability and potential to engage the...

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