Special Education

Special Education

June 16 2021

New Course – Dyslexia: Identification & Assessment for Informing…

Dyslexia is considered a language-based reading difficulty impacting a student’s ability to accurately and automatically read single words. This word-level reading difficulty is rooted in deficits in phonological awareness and phonics. Individuals with dyslexia also have trouble connecting the print…

May 21 2021

The Importance of Social Emotional Development

Potentially more than any other aspect of early childhood education, researchers agree on the importance of a child's social emotional development. This is because social emotional competence is associated with so many factors related to leading a productive, fulfilling life including:…

Whitepapers & Guides
April 9 2021

Why Special Education Training for All Staff

An Interview with Michael Remus 36-Year Special Education Teacher and Administrator, Former CASE Officer Michael Remus shares why he turned to online professional development to support the growth of all staff. All staff must be trained to meet the needs of diverse…

March 15 2021

ASD Intervention Strategies

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. The National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities partners with the Association for University Centers on Disabilities and National Disability Rights Network to raise awareness and highlight the many ways in which people with…

March 1 2021

Exceptional Child is Becoming Vector Solutions

Thank you for being a valued Vector Solutions customer. As we’ve shared over the past several months, all of our brands, including Exceptional Child, are unifying under the Vector Solutions brand. What does this mean to you & your users?…

February 12 2021

Brain Development in Early Childhood

Children who attend preschool are cast into the world of learning at an incredibly vulnerable time in their development. Early childhood educators face the challenge of how to teach academics when children’s behaviors take up so much of their time…

January 15 2021

Recognizing Trauma and Strategies to Help Educators

According to the 2017 National Survey of Children’s Health, at least 38% of children in every state will have at least one adverse childhood experience (ACE) before they turn 18. The Crisis Prevention Institute recently found that more than half…