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If you’re like most early childhood educators, you’ll be teaching some young children who are second-language learners this year. How...
Positive and productive communication between school and home can be a big contributing factor to a student’s success. But even...
Strong relationship skills help lay the foundation for young children’s social-emotional development. As an early childhood educator, what can you...
Every learner has the right to communicate and have their needs met. For students with severe disabilities—as with all students—effective...
Hello again, teacher friends! Hope you’re fitting in some time for summer R&R as you get yourself ready for another...
While schools are closed, many teachers are reflecting on their practices and exploring new ways to support their students’ academic...
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The Brookes Inclusion Lab will be on a brief summer hiatus for the month of June and part of July....
Teachers who are responsive, emotionally available, and sensitive to the needs of every student are invaluable allies to children. But...
Social-emotional development is one of the most important building blocks of a young child’s health and well-being: it forms a...
Not very long ago, postsecondary education was a dream out of reach for students with developmental disabilities. While we still...
National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day is this Thursday, May 9. It’s a day to reflect on the importance of...
As we approach the end of another school year, take a minute to think about the behavior challenges you’ve encountered...
How can you teach and include every young learner in your inclusive early childhood classroom? Modifications are one way to...
Tests—especially high-stakes assessments—can strike fear into the hearts of all learners. To succeed during test time, kids need to master...
Early childhood is when most kids’ language skills really start to “blast off.” Through games and activities that encourage lots...
Shared storybook reading is one of the greatest gifts a parent can give a child. At its best, this one...
Self-determination skills are essential for all students, but they’re of special importance to students with disabilities. As they approach adulthood...
Has your school committed to authentic, meaningful inclusion? If yes, do you wonder whether you’re taking the right steps toward...
In your inclusive classroom, you probably have some students who are struggling with reading skills—and having trouble generalizing the skills...
Multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) have been widely adopted in both early childhood and K-12 settings, and it’s easy to...
In your classroom, you likely have at least a few students affected by trauma such as abuse, community violence, and...
In an inclusive early childhood setting, how can you modify your teaching strategies and everyday activities so that all children...
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