Does anyone have a child who attends a charter school or teaches at one? My family maybe moving to Colorado and next year my daughter could attend one if we choose to send her to one. What are the…Continue
"Hey I saw you live in Colorado and was wondering if you know much about the schools in Fort Collins or Loveland. I might be moving there soon and wondered what your thoughts were about working and living in Colorado."
"I teach in a school that had integrated classrooms and self-contained. When the self-contained students are able to be integrated we slowly add them. The integrated classrooms consist of a general ed and special ed teacher. They take turns running…"
Does anyone have a child who attends a charter school or teaches at one? My family maybe moving to Colorado and next year my daughter could attend one if we choose to send her to one. What are the benefits? Would you recommend them?See More
I have just started a Blog for Special Education Teachers. I would like anyone to visit and post any new ideas they have found for helpign students with autism of other disabilities.Thanks, TinaSee More
To collaborate and find best practices and to mentor and support new and pre-service teachers in K-12 and higher education institutes of learning worldwide for online and offline learning.The New Teacher Mentoring project can help you navigate through your first few years of teaching with a virtual mentor.You can also find support by following Lisa Dabbs @teachingwthsoul and joining …See More
This morning I read a post from a higher education educator about the negative effects of Tech in lectures. The author was perplexed when he realized a great many students in his lecture hall were paying attention to Facebook, or attending to email during the course of a two-hour lecture. His school chose to ban tech devices from the lecture hall. Additionally, students were required to use nametags, so that the lecturer could address individual students with questions during the lecture. This…See More