The LD Source provided this resource earlier today: Putting the "special" in specially designed math instruction.
I think this is a great resource so I wanted to provide it to you, but I'm also sharing this because this type of instruction has been shared and will be shared again this year in the Institute to Credential Special Learning Needs Resource Specialists. It's not too late to join this year's group. We'll focus on what our students CAN do and how to help them unlock their potential with a plethora of practical, research-based learning strategies.
Email Sarah at email@example.com for more information. Check out the link above to give you a 2016 inspiration for instruction!
Thursday, January 14, 2016
Special learning needs training will begin later this month online. Triton College will host the two in-person sessions later this spring. It's not too late to join the group. Contact Sarah Goldammer at the Southern Illinois Professional Development Center ASAP if you are interested or need more information - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, January 4, 2016
For those of us fortunate to know Nancie Payne and to be blessed by her wisdom and wit, we are sorry to learn of her passing. I am providing a link to her funeral information as she will be remembered later today in Washington. Nancie has made the world a better place by sharing her knowledge and encouraging those of us attempting to learn from her and to emulate her kind and comprehensive approach to helping others learn and develop. I tip my hat to a wonderful gal full of love and compassion. My sympathies to her family.