I was astonished to see this advertisement in the subway the other day. While riding …Read More »
With frequent emphasis placed on objectivity in assessment, Dr. Ken Lindblom makes a forceful and …Read More »
In his novel The Circle, Dave Eggers tells the story of a not-so-future world where …Read More »
There are many reasons to love Moby Dick, but the author’s compelling comparison of a …Read More »
Only later, at home, on the wooden bed we shared, did Mama weep. It did …Read More »
Spirituality and education are not often used in the same breath today, but perhaps they …Read More »
This beautiful painting by Zhao Gang depicts a classroom. I love the red depths of …Read More »
Our exhibit will examine the question by examining the past, present and future of New …Read More »
How has ‘Student Misplacement within Special Education’ been handled over time, what contributes to the problem and what efforts are being made to decrease the occurrence?
Education has made vast strides in regards to “respect and inclusion for all students and …Read More »
How can we use visual art(s) as a pedagogical approach to increase access and provide interdisciplinary thinking among discrete formal content areas to students with cognitive disabilities as a means of disrupting the hegemonic intellectual canon?
Our exhibit will be a space for us to simultaneously integrate our own curricula and …Read More »
As educators, we have all observed the child who does poorly in school and the …Read More »
Do students with significant intellectual disabilities benefit more from instruction adapted from general education or instruction created to teach independent living and vocational skills in preparation for life after school?
As a special education teacher it often feels as if you spend your entire day …Read More »
How can educators meet statewide guidelines of providing a rigorous, CCSS-based academic education while adequately preparing students with moderate to severe disabilities for the vocational setting and postsecondary life?
While the Common Core Standards are currently in the process of being reworked and revamped, …Read More »
As we look back on public education reforms, historically, reforms have been inspired by a …Read More »
The education of today’s children will shape the society of tomorrow. Throughout the history of …Read More »