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Occasionally students need extra help on an assignment or a friendly reminder about what is expected of them. On this page I'll put some useful tips relating to class projects so they can find the help they need even when I'm not available (e.g., on weekends or evenings). And I'll be sure to update the tips and hints when new assignments are due.


IEP and Inclusion Tips
2006 IEP Resources
Inclusion Resources:
ARC United States
Axis Disability Rights
BEACH Center
Council for Exceptional Children
Disability is Natural
Family Village
Inclusion Press Homepage
Kids Together
LD Online
Maryland Coalition for Inclusive Education
PACER Center
Universal Design for Learning
Very Special Arts
Education Law Sites:
Council for Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPPA)
Reed Martin
Wrights Law
Government Resources:
ADA Homepage
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) homepage
National Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
(PBIS). Office of Special Education Programs, US Department of Education
No Child Left Behind
US Dept. of Education Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS)
Fun Places to Shop:
Disability is Natural
Human Policy Press
Music from the Heart
National Association for Down Syndrome
Nth Degree
The Parent Side Online Store
A Positive Perspective
Authors' Web Sites:
University of Connecticut Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD)
Law Offices of Anne I. Eason, LLC
SPED*NET New Canaan

General Study Tips

When writing, never forget who your audience is. The written word is meant to be read, but it won't always be read by the same audience. Tailor your writing style to suit the people who will be reading your work.

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