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Dyscalculia: Mathematics Learning Disability Causes, Characteristics, and Interventions

Tuesday, December 3 @ 12:15 p.m. CT

Special Guest Presenter: Dr. Mikyung Shin, Assistant Professor of Special Education, West Texas A&M University

In this webinar, you’ll learn the risk factors and causes of dyscalculia, and discover the cognitive and mathematical characteristics of students with dyscalculia. Then, you’ll get examples of dyscalculia toolkits, screeners, and intensive mathematics interventions. Register Here: Dyscalculia

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Dallas Abilities Expo-December 13-15, 2019 Dallas Market Center

New products and great tech. High-impact workshops. Fun, inclusive recreation. Free admission. Abilities Expo Dallas has it all! Register for free today.

More information : Dallas Abilities Expo

The Explosive Child-January 10, 2020

Although this training is next year, it fills up fast. Adapted from Dr. Ross W. Greene’s book, The Explosive Child, this workshop tackles challenges in dealing with chronically inflexible and easily frustrated students. Participants will gain a knowledge of possible triggers and causes for students’ difficult behavior, and how to better manage the classroom when challenging students act out. This workshop will challenge participants to see things from a different view, and better understand the root causes behind the students’ behavior in an effort to work together collaboratively with both students and parents to find meaningful and lasting solutions for everyone involved. Register Here: The Explosive Child.

Connecting the Dots: Community & Educational Resources for Youth & Adolescents

Find the right information, resource or person to meet your specific needs! Saturday, January 25, and Wednesday, February 26th. Check out the flyer for times and locations.

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How to Organize Your Child’s IEP Binder

Making an IEP binder is a great way to keep information organized and at the ready when you need it. An IEP binder can help you prepare for IEP meetings and stay up to date on your child’s progress. This powerful tool can also help you communicate and collaborate with teachers and your child’s IEP team. Here’s what you need to get started:

  • A three-ring binder

  • Six tabbed section dividers

  • A three-hole punch

Organizing an IEP binder with your child’s evaluation reports, IEP, report cards, and other paperwork may sound like a lot of work. But this guide walks you through what to gather and where to put it. For more information on the guide.

IEP Binder: How to Assemble and Organize

Dude, Where's My Transition Plan?

Dude, Where's My Transition Plan?” booklet are now available on the PRN website! The links are below:

Labor Dept rules IEP meetings a valid reason for family and medical leave

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has issued an opinion letter stating parents and guardians are allowed to use the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) intermittently to attend Individual Education Program (IEP) meetings with teachers, school administrators and others involved in planning education services for children with special needs. Continue Reading.


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