Monday, April 22, 2019

High Yield Instructional Strategies vs. Specially Designed Instruction

While High-Yield Instructional Strategies and Specially Designed Instruction may, at first, appear to be synonymous, the principles differ quite substantially in the intent and...

Occupational Therapists

School-based occupational therapy practitioners are occupational therapists (OTs) and occupational therapy assistants (OTAs) who use meaningful activities (occupations) to help children and youth participate...

School Psychology Awareness Supports Teaching & Learning

November’s School Psychology Awareness Week (Nov. 12-16) is a great opportunity to raise awareness of the work school psychologists do in our schools and...

Learn More About Quality Indicator Supports

In partnership with the Special Education Guiding Coalition, Special Education leadership developed a tool for ensuring that specialized programs and services are provided in...

Occupational Therapy Newsletter: October 2018

Check out the October Edition of our Occupational Therapy Newsletter for tips on how to enjoy Halloween with children that have sensory processing difficulties...

Language Pathways

Educators from all over Klein ISD are joining together to reimagine learning through the Dual Language Design Team. The goal of dual language programs...

Special Education Spotlight

The reauthorization of the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA, 2006) defines specially designed instruction as adapting, as appropriate to the needs of an eligible...

How can I help support students with Autism?

Understanding Autism Students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder have challenges in two main areas: Social Communication and Repetitive and Stereotyped Behaviors. These areas are manifested...

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