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SPECIAL EDUCATION WITH C.E.C.
WHY C.E.C IS SO IMPORTANT FOR EDUCATORS & STUDENTS
Danielle Kovach, The Clarissa Hug Teacher of the Year is our guest .
Presented by THE SOCIAL EXPRESS.
The final special episode of the 2014 year is especially dedicated to the holidays and Christmas. I will be discussing the different books to read for next year for elementary, middle, and high school students. I will also focus on creating a New Year's resolution and planning for the 2015 year to come.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
The New Heights Educational Group, Inc. promotes literacy for children and adults by offering a range of educational support services. Such services include assisting families in the selection of schools, organization of educational activities, and acquisition of materials. We promote a healthy learning environment and enrichment programs for families of preschool and school-age children, including children with special needs.
Join our special guest Esthere Scott, Special Education Administrative Intern!
Esthere will share her special education expertise with parents so that they will be able to better support their special needs children in their education process.
Feel free to call in with your questions during the show.
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Also, visit our website for additional information at: www.educationfourall.com
Products and services abound in special education but only the good one, marketed and financed properly make it. Learn more here
Special Education has consistently been a difficult challenge for school districts, both programmatically and financially. In times when financial resources are limited yet academic expectations high, it can sometimes split a community.
To identify ways to control cost, while preserving the quality of special education, NJSBA created the Special Education Task Force in January 2013. The task force spent over a year, consulting with more than 25 experts in special education and reviewing the literature on the delivery and financing of special education services, with a special focus on academic achievement.
The resulting report of the Special Education Task Force, “Special Education: A Service, Not a Place,” includes recommendations for strategies to improve delivery of services and control costs. Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses the report’s findings with the task force chair Dr. Gerald Vernotica, along with task force members Michael Lee and Irene LeFebvre.
Smartbrief Education presents SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER TRAINING ONLINE AT UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS (MN) . UST's Jo Montie, Director of Special Ed Online Programsand Professor Dr. Lynn Stansberry-Bresnahan on how UST's online program can help prepare teachers for facilitating meaningful inclusion.
www.ustspecialeducation.com www.smartbrief.com @sbeducation
SPECIAL EDUCATION SUPERVISION
C.A.S.E.'s Luann Purcell and Laurie VanederPloeg, President of the Association on RESULTS DRIVEN ACCOUNTABILITY
Presented by Walden University www.waldenu.edu @waldenu
One of the significant promises of big data in education is to predict and prevent student failure. Of course we want to see learners succeed and data can help us with that as well, however, catching students before they get lost or even drop out is essential. Some visionaries see technology as driving learning through increasingly intelligent prompts, assessments of learning, and directing learners to ever more complex and advanced concepts… all driven by models for learning driven by student generated data. More recently many educational leaders have a more holistic view of data and recognize that while we need to educate the whole child, we need to also look at information about the whole child to diagnose and address learning deficiencies and help students on a path where they can be successful. Beyond their inherent interest in helping children, educators and the institutions in which they work are being held accountable to show learner progress. In this show we will explore the many different kinds of data that can be used to monitor student progress, identify those who require assistance, and the systems that make sense of those data to support educators and parents in driving student success.
Guests at the table:
Barbara Clements, Consultant at ESP Solutions Group
Dan Ginsberg, VP Global Product Strategy at Pearson
Bill Meade, Data Science Director at Neal Analytics
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This show is in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his peaceful efforts. May all people be known for the content of their character and not the color of their skin!
Special Guest: Dr. Shonta M. Smith, Educator, Author, Speaker, Professional Coach
Tune in as Dr. Smith shares information about how your children's character and education are connected. We will also discuss:
some of the many influences on character and
how parents can assist their children in developing their character so that it leads to academic success.
Feel free to call in with your questions and/or comments!
For more information, visit Dr. Shonta Smith International at: http://www.drshontasmith.com
Also, contact Dr. Shonta M. Smith at: 314-454-1149 or email@example.com
Special thanks to our Individual Sponsors, Eddie & Maxine Jordan, II
Special thanks to our Corporate Celebrity Sponsor, Mr. Willie Moore, Jr. Founder of WILFLO Music & The Young, Fly, & Saved Movement: http://www.williemoorejr.org
If you would like sponsor a show, please contact Host Dr. Carletta D. Washington at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about Education 4 All, Inc. visit: http://www.education4allinc.com