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9/19/2017

New publication for parents of children receiving special education services

Beginning this school year, the publication titled A Guide to Parent Rights in Special Education is a key source of information for parents of children who are receiving — or may be qualified to receive — special education services. 

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9/19/2017

​Start Talking!

Start Talking! invites educators to subscribe to "Teachable Moment" email tips and encourages students to make healthy, drug-free choices. Here are a few of the recent tips from the Start Talking! Know! Program:

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5/22/2017

​Spread the word: Kids eat free this summer!

​The Summer Food Service Program will be providing children with free, healthy meals, and we need your help spreading the word to families and students. It will be easy to participate and families do not need to sign up. The food programs begin by mid-June, when families will be able to find meal times and locations by:

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5/22/2017

Blogs express teacher appreciation and food for thought

Check out recent posts that celebrate teaching and offer new ideas to stimulate your thinking. These articles and more are on ExtraCredit, the official blog of the Ohio Department of Education:
 

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5/22/2017

Digital tools course stresses differentiation

Since summer is a great time to add continuing education credits to your accomplishments, consider taking the online Lightening the Load – Using Digital Tools for Differentiation course. The course introduction organizes various instructional tools into three categories (Canned Creations, Partially Prepared Pleasures and Made from Scratch Masterpieces), based on the amount of preparation time they require. For each tool, the course includes a brief video, as well as a description of how you can use the technology to differentiate instruction. Once you register for the course, you can return as often as you like to review the tools and to use the course discussion board to share experiences and request suggestions from your peers statewide.

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