What common core looks like in one special-education class

11/4/2013 | MiddleWeb

In this blog post, special-education and literacy specialist Elizabeth Stein shines a light on what implementation of Common Core State Standards looks like in her classroom. She notes that there is a disconnect right now between what students are expected to learn under the standards and what students in her classes are ready to learn. She highlights the need to scaffold lessons and shares some tips, including the need for parent communication, to help special educators navigate these changes.

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