Special Education Information

Posted on April 11, 2006. Filed under: Uncategorized |

This section lists definitions of special education jargon and ideas for working with students on the behaviors that impact learning.

While Wisdom Seekers offers resources for teachers and parents who are educating children with special needs, each child is unique and the variety in "labels" brings an overwhelming array of information, techniques, and recommended materials.  Usually parents are the best source for networking to find this information and support, but if you need a professional's opinion, you can schedule an e-mail or phone consultation with Sue Hegg for a fee.

We have now moved our links to special education websites that offer information for parents and teachers to this area for your convenience.  If you are a parent or teacher of a child with special needs and have favorite informational resources, please let us know.  Perhaps we can link to another site that can provide more specific information than we ever would be able to.  If you have an idea or tip that would benefit others, let us know and perhaps we can post it. 

Also, please keep checking back to this area, since we are continually adding more information.

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