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BRIDGES

Content type: Journal Article
This paper describes practical strategies teachers can use to increase and improve the quality of parent involvement. The BRIDGES model was developed as part of an action research project implemented in a third grade inclusion classroom. Key features of...

PROSE Checklist

Content type: Journal Article
The abstract was removed per editor's suggestion.

Begin With the End in Mind

Content type: Journal Article
There is a widespread misconception that transition planning and programming begin in high school. However, there are many opportunities for teachers to infuse transition-focused education into teaching and learning activities for their elementary grade...

Bringing Instructional Strategies Home

Content type: Journal Article
Families of children with disabilities play a critical role in fostering development and promoting independence across the life span of their children. Although implementing collaborative supports can be challenging for families and practitioners, online...

Who Is the Parent?

Content type: Journal Article
Parental participation is a critical feature of IDEA, however the question of “who” is a parent often presents a challenge. With regard to educational decisions, states may include more options under the definition of a parent than those provided in the...

Peer Victimization Among Young Children With Disabilities

Content type: Journal Article
The purpose of this study was to examine the risk and protective factors of peer victimization among young children with disabilities. This study analyzed data from the Pre-Elementary Education Longitudinal Study ( n =1,130) to test a path model that...

Family-Centered Practices and American Sign Language (ASL)

Content type: Journal Article
Families with children who are deaf face many important decisions, especially the mode(s) of communication their children will use. The purpose of this focus group study was to better understand the experiences and recommendations of families who chose...

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