Category: Education for Special Needs

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Creating a Coding Club through math class at Noble Academy

By Guest Blogger Barb Kilpatrick, faculty member at Noble Academy  “Coding is the new literacy. To thrive in tomorrow’s society, young people must learn to design,...

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Special Needs Resources

Updated by Sarah Blackwell We know it takes a village to raise a child, and sometimes parents need special support beyond our typical villages. That is why we created...

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Behavior and Attention Issues at School: Team Up with the Teacher!

By Guest Blogger Adrian Greene In my ten-plus years of working with exceptional children in the public school system, one issue that I find recurrent year after year is...

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Transitions

By Guest Blogger Jessie Tucker Mitchell It’s mid-October and autumn has brought falling leaves, pumpkins on front porches, and crisp, clear mornings; the school year...

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Scouting is for Anybody

By Guest Blogger Jenny B. Scouting is for anybody. My son and I are living proof. We experience what’s great about Scouting every day, but there is one day in...

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Take a Walk on the IDEApath

By Guest Blogger Matt Zigler, Noble Academy Creative Director Creativity is second nature to us when we are young and ideas come at a fast and furious pace. In fact,...

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Why Is My Kid In “That” Class?

By Guest Blogger Adrian Greene, Special Education Teacher, Randolph County Schools, NC At the start of a new school year, parents understandably have some worries....

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Doing Good Things Series: READWS/Augustine Literacy Project

By Kris A. Cox, Director of the Winston-Salem Augustine Literacy Project Tutor ONE Child. Change TWO Lives. The Winston-Salem Augustine Literacy Project®, a program of...

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“Doing Good Things Series” ~ The iCan House

By Guest Bloggers Kim Shufran and Courtney Perry In 2008, the iCan House was created by Kim Shufran who was seeking support and help for her daughter, Erica. Kim’s...

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S.O.A.R. Tutoring and Advocacy: Because School Shouldn’t Be So Frustrating!

By Robin D. Seamon- Director S.O.A.R. Tutoring and Advocacy S.O.A.R Tutoring & Advocacy offers tutorial services and resources for parents and children by providing...