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La OSEP español Glosario del Proyecto

 

Keep up-to-date with Technical Assistance Bulletins from MSDE.

Listen to experts in the field, on ECN Radio.

Washington Learning Systems provides free parent-child activity downloads in English, Spanish and now Russian. Evidence-based programs promote early literacy, language, cognitive, and social development. Click on the Free Parent Education Handouts purple button and check out their new On-the-Go activities.

Check out the Maryland Assistive Technology Network's case studies to see how the AT Cycle has been utilized in local schools with students with a range of disabilities. Be sure to click on Meet Libby, to read about a 4-year old's unique needs and situation.

Speaking of Inclusion...a weeky blog offered by National Professional Development Center on Inclusion, includes nsights, stories and resources for professional development providers as well as practitioners, policy makers and parents.

Making Connections provides links to current discussions, blogs and other communication tools that help families and people who work with young children with special needs stay conected. 

Summer Reading Development Program
for parents and children 4-5 years old.

Top 10 Web 2.0 Tools for Young Learners is a T H E Journal article which highlights ten great online tools for young children. 

Check out the LRE State Matrix
a peer-to-peer reference guide to the continuum of early childhood settings available in each local school system.

Thinking Guide to Inclusive Childcare: A must-read for those who care about young people with and without disabilities.



1.  IDEA Partnership's Collaborative Work on Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
2. Benefits of Business Investment in Early Childhood Education
3. Family Support, Support and Services
4. Assistive Technologies
5. CSEFEL Resources


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