New! See our Special Edition Journal: Focus on Autism
Musician Danny Deardorff, who spends his days in a wheel chair, wrote a song called "Everyone is Differently Abled." Indeed we all have different ways of learning, but some of us are more challenged than others. In this area of our website we offer a comprehensive resource for parents and teachers of those who are challenged physically, emotionally, or cognitively.
We include information about gifted learners, who also have special needs that are not always acknowledged or met. You will find interesting and informative articles by specialists, stories of parents and teachers who have found successful ways of dealing with their children's needs, state and federal guidelines, links to related sites, and many other useful resources. We add new materials to this area regularly and are always anxious to be responsive to your needs and interests.
This section contains historical articles on current issues related to special education. Over time we will be inviting authors to write on these topics and how current research and theory is influencing what we know about special education.
Featured Item: Research-Based Strategies to Ignite Student Learning: Insights from a Neurologist and Classroom Teacher
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