Category Archives: Inclusion: Families Partnering with Educators

Unable and Unwilling is Unacceptable!

Communications from parents of students with Down syndrome (DS) prompted this blog post.  Students with a label of DS possess different ages, genders, academic, social, and communicative levels, as well as varied likes and dislikes; hence each student is unique.  We cannot allow the common … Continue reading

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Heads or Tails & Coming Together!

When you flip a coin, there is a 50% chance of it landing on heads up and a 50% chance of it landing tails up. Life, a tossed coin with legs, is even less probable. Often, we do not toss … Continue reading

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ELPH-Easy Look Up to Phone Home

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Yes, I Can! DisABILITY Lessons by Toby Karten

Read-about-passionate-fearless-energetic-determined-and-enthusiastic-kids-who-spin-their-disABILITIES-into-successful-outcomes! YesICan! Inspirational Attitudes Prevail!  

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Lessons to be Learned from CEC’s Yes I Can Ceremony!

These Wordles depict the most popular comments from Council for Exceptional Children’s Yes I Can Ceremony on 4/13/12 in Denver. They offer visual insights on how these remarkable young individuals achieved such incredible feats. YES, YOU certainly CAN! Congratulations to … Continue reading

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Ways for Families to Support the Learning

Family and School Connections Read on to find out what happens when the learning takes a walk….

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