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Ten Tips For:

 Ten Tips for General Educators
This handout delineates ten quick and easy things that classroom teachers can do to include students with disabilities in the classroom from day one.

 Ten Tips for Paraeducators
In the fast paced school setting, paraeducators often embark upon classroom duties without the guidance they need. This handout describes simple suggestions for classroom aides to help them promote active participation and the independence of students with disabilities.

 Ten Tips for Special Educators
Collaborate, communicate and promote the participation of diverse students in the classroom. This handout describes simple strategies for learning specialists and special education teachers.

 Ten Tips for Administrators
Share this brief list of suggestions with school administrators and enable the principal or assistant principal to promote the active participation of students with disabilities in the regular education classroom.

 Ten Tips for Therapists
Keep students in the classroom and meet therapeutic objectives. Follow the advice on this tip sheet designed for speech-language pathologists, physical and occupational therapists.

Ten Tips for Caregivers
This tip sheet offers suggestions to parents and caregivers to help improve their ability to work with professionals and others on the school-based team.

 Ten Tips for Assistive Techies
Follow the common sense guidelines on this handout and get people to actually use computers and augmentative communication devices in the classroom!

 

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