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Homeschooling Strategies for Language Disorders

  Peggy Ployhar The United States Department of Health states that “approximately 7 to 8 percent of children in kindergarten” struggle with a language disorder of some type. Why then...



Using Questioning Strategies to Teach

By Kimberly Vogel Good teaching involves many different approaches to presenting information. One of my favorite good teaching practices involves questioning strategies. Often overlooked, asking the right questions encourages the...


Creating a Climate of High Expectations

  by Brandi Timmons, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA, SPED Homeschool Partner at Incuentro and Social Motion Skills   April is Autism Awareness Month and we here at SPED Homeschool understand how...



Franklin Educational Services Curriculum Partner

  Franklin Educational Services For over 17 years, Franklin Educational Services has sought to engage, educate, and empower students with individualized instruction that promotes intellectual and personal growth and instills...


Math-U-See Curriculum Partner

  Math-U-See Math-U-See focuses on Building Understanding. What began as a simple, effective way to show students “why” math works has grown into an award-winning K-12 program, products focused on...



Creating a Student Education Plan for Homeschool

  By Faith Berens, M.ED., Reading and Dyslexia Specialist, HSLDA Special Needs Consultant and SPED Homeschool Board Member Home education is growing as a viable education alternative and solution, particularly...