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Policy Insider: Legislative Update

  • Special Ed Teachers Share Why They Love Teaching: ED's Office of Special Education highlighted some dedicated special education teachers on their blog who shared why they love teaching. Sing It: Spotify created a Teacher Appreciation Playlist with some dedications by artists you'll recognize to special teachers they've had. Some Of Our Favorite #ThankATeacher Videos: Educational Testing Service employees; The Ellen Show; Heroes Rock by Shelby County Schools (Tenn.); Kleenex (you’ll need one); the White House thanks the Teacher of the Year.

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Tool of the Week

  • This week’s free tool is a table for teachers who are implementing peer-mediated instruction in their classroom. The table, Strategies for Initiating and Maintaining Attention, lists strategies for use by peer mediators who are helping their classmates with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) initiate and maintain attention. Strategies such as talking through play can help peer ...
 
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