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What Do Children Learn About Prosocial Behavior from the Media? What Do Brothers and Sisters Think? JAASEP Fall 2006The Emperor Has No Clothes! Creating a Motivating Classroom: What Really Motivates Students to Achieve in Secondary Content-Area Classrooms? A Glimpse into the Lives of Mothers and their Children in a Homeless Shelter: What has Changed Over the Decades? Research on Self-Management Techniques Used by Students with Disabilities in General Education Settings: A Promise Fulfilled? What Does Health Have to Do with Transition?
Contact AASEPWho Should I Contact at AASEP? Papers, Articles, Research Studies, Book Reviews, and Commentaries for upcoming issues: Click Here to learn more. Be kept up to date with all of the latest information in special education. Monitor is the electronic news service that keeps AASEP members current in the field of special education today. It is important for parents to understand the “language” of assistive technology so they can be informed advocates for their child’s technology needs. The following glossary of terms can help parents learn about the kinds of assistive technologies that are currently available and how they can be used. Assistive technology is any kind of technology that can be used to enhance the functional independence of a person with a physical or cognitive disability.
Get the basics in this fact sheet from the Center on Technology and Disability. With careful and creative planning, literacy instruction can be adapted to meet the needs of every student in the classroom. Five ways teachers can provide a literacy education for all learners are offered here. Do You See What I Mean? Three visual supports helpful for teaching and supporting literacy development are described here: picture books, graphic notes, and story kits.
ASD, the value of early intervention, and treatment and therapies that can help children and their families. In this webinar from the Center on Technology and Disability, you’ll learn about a breakthrough speech technology that can create a custom voice that matches the vocal identity of a child with speech difficulties. Sesame Workshop has introduced Julia, a muppet with autism, to the world of Sesame Street. Using selected clips of Julia from the program, a psychologist explains practical ways teachers can support children with autism.