So much to read, so little time! Check out this month’s list of some of the more noteworthy articles we’ve come across.
- Poor sleep: A powerful — but often ignored — culprit in learning – A look at what both parents and educators can do about a child’s sleep issues, and how they can affect an IEP (Multibriefs)
- The Gap Between The Science On Kids And Reading, And How It Is Taught – The disconnect between the way children are taught to read, and the way speech and language develops in the brain. (NPR)
- How to Keep Students with Disabilities Safe in Lockdowns, Evacuations, and Other School Crises – Learn about the Individual Emergency and Lockdown Plan, which is designed to blend seamlessly with a student’s IEP. (Friendship Circle)
- How to Motivate (Not Demoralize) a Student with ADHD – 16 tips for keeping students on track. (ADDitude)
- Families Affected By FASD Hope For Increased Awareness, Treatments – Often misdiagnosed or missed, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder is suspected to be as common as autism. (Disability Scoop)
- What I’ve Learned About School Telepractice – An experienced telepractitioner shares what she’s learned from two years online. (ASHA Leader)