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January 20, 2012


Antonia Hirson

Thanks so much for posting these suggestions. Films such as these can be a powerful way to connect with with jr. high and high school-aged special education students, and can help teachers start conversations about advocacy, self-exceptence, goal-setting, etc.. I'll have to check them out!

Adelinej Quintenv

I've observed that in the world the present day, video games will be the latest fad with children of all ages. Occasionally it may be difficult to drag your children away from the video games. If you want the best of both worlds, there are lots of educational games for kids. Great post.

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