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Statewide Implementation of Evidence-Based Programs

Content type: Journal Article
Evidence-based programs will be useful to the extent they produce benefits to individuals on a socially significant scale. It appears the combination of effective programs and effective implementation methods is required to assure consistent uses of...

What Does it Take to Scale up and Sustain Evidence-Based Practices?

Content type: Journal Article
This article discusses the strategic scaling up of evidence-based practices. The authors draw from the scholarly work of fellow special education researchers and from the field of learning sciences. The article defines scaling up as the process by which...

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...

Collaboration Between Special and Physical Education

Content type: Journal Article
Physical education and active lifestyle have countless benefits to all students, especially those with disabilities. Collaboration between special and physical education professionals is a critical component for ensuring students’ well-being. This article...

Students’ Understanding of Diagrams for Solving Word Problems

Content type: Journal Article
A visual representation, such as a diagram, can be a powerful strategy for solving mathematical word problems. However, using a representation to solve mathematical word problems is not as simple as it seems! Many students with learning disabilities...

Beyond Stereotypes

Content type: Journal Article
This article will focus on the characteristics, recognition, and strategies for meeting the needs of students who have a disability and who also have characteristics and traits associated with giftedness. The term “twice-exceptional” was coined to describe...

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