Education

Educators around the world join online collaborative project with students.

The classroom schedule is posted on the Summer Sustainability page.

Students engage in Action, for example filling a petition to a local government official about reducing pollution.

Instructions must be explicit in the Lesson Plans.

The incorporation of Music is optional for the project.

Educators acknowledge the Core Standards of CEC, InTASC, MCEE, ISTE. Articles follow APA style. The following articles are written for sustaining an inclusive learning environment.

Survey of Special Education: Mild to Moderate disabilities

Reflection on Education Reform: Interview with General Education Teacher

Reflection on Education Reform: Interview with Special Education Teacher

Reflection on Education Reform: IEP process explained for parents

Reflection on Education Reform: Early Intervention for children with Dyslexia

Reflection on Education Reform: Universal Design for Learners

Reflection on Education Reform: Developmental Milestone

Reflection on Education Reform: The Myths and Facts of Inclusion in US Education

Reflection on Professional Teaching Standards: Code of Ethics

Reflection on Career in the field of Special Education: Various roles of Educators

Presentation on Technology in Education

Article on Philosophy of Education

Field Experience: Bangladesh Academy of Fine Arts (BAFA)

Statement of Intent

Developmental Milestone

Intervention Strategies

Universal Design for Learning

Explaining IEP process to Parents | Video | PDF | PPT

Field Experience: Interview with an NYC DOE School Psychologist in Special Education: Reflection

Field Experience: Interview with a NY State Certified Teacher in Special Education: Reflection

Disability Comparison Table: Disability Dictionary to be completed

Specially Designed Remote Instruction: Academic Version 1

Learn About the educator. The above articles are written by Mohammad Nasirullah while studying at Grand Canyon University in 2020. Class notes will be found here SPD500 Notes.