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To wrap up 2016 and look ahead to 2017, share one online "gift" with colleagues in your #INeLearn Community of Practice. It could be a lesson, a resource, a blog post, or anything else you think might be helpful for a peer in your content area or grade level. You can share something you created or that you found and have used.
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Improving Outcomes for Students with Disabilities- The Office of Special Education (OSE) is excited to share our commitment to making a difference for students with disabilities in Indiana by collaborating with schools, parents, other local, federal and state agencies, and all of the offices within the Indiana Department of Education. Our mission is to close the gap between students with and without disabilities, not only in terms of knowledge and skills, but also in expectations and opportunities. Below is a link to a new form of communication from the OSE called a “Short Share”. The first Short Share will introduce the concept of improving outcomes for students with disabilities. Improving outcomes can be achieved through a core curriculum based on grade level standards, high quality instruction that meets the diverse needs of all students, unbiased assessment that guides instruction and collaboration among administrators, general and special education staff, parents, and the community. Enjoy!
 
https://youtu.be/jUZHX8c-Te0

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Do you and your students love Digital Learning? Share a favorite activity or tool/resource and spread the love with fellow MS SPED teachers by posting in your G+ Community. To see what's happening across grade levels and content areas, visit our page http://www.doe.in.gov/elearning/indiana-digital-learning-month
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Make sure to visit our webpage http://www.doe.in.gov/elearning where you'll find a holiday message from the Office of eLearning Team! #INeLearn  

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This guide was developed through a collaboration of educators and Common Sense Media. While it appears to be geared to parents of younger children, it has many resources for middle schoolers too. Under each content area, you can select Advanced to see age appropriate options.

I am the Instructional Coach for Frontier School Corporation. We have several new Special Education teachers this year. One is looking for good Math and Language Arts pre-tests for 7th graders. If you have any to share, please do. Thanks! 

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Every fall our office promotes participation in the natonal Speak Up Survey http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/. Results are released each spring and reports are published throughout the summer. They just released the report specific to Special Education. Has anyone participated in the survey in the past? Do this year's findings reflect your experience? We'd love to hear from you!  

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