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Secondary Education
For High school students receiving special education, a Disability Secondary Education Program will include an Individualized Education Program (IEP).  The IEP provides various techniques and strategies to promote learning. For a student with disability, secondary education help will include personalized goals. Depending on the students needs and the type of disability, secondary education tools teachers may use for resources include DVDS, CDS and games to promote learning for students with cognitive, emotional or physical disabilities

Program Development Associates realizes the numerous and varied techniques and resources needed for success in disability secondary education.  To that end, we have collected a large variety of resources from leading distributors and producers to inform, educate and engage teachers and their students.  Our Disability Secondary Education store specializes in training, videos and information to improve literacy, teach life skills and promote inclusion.

Vividly illustrates the biological functions of the different parts of the male and female reproductive systems.

A collection of simple yet effective strategies and ideas for increasing student engagement and participation. Watch elementary, middle school, and high school teachers and students in action though filmed in co-taught classes; these techniques are easily adaptable for use by any teacher.

This documentary-style program challenges middle school students to start thinking about their academic futures.

Presents seven key dimensions of effective instructional practices across K-12 settings. Demonstrates how to get more power from your co-teaching to improve outcomes for all students.

Addresses the supervision and support of paraeducators as they work.

Describes three methods of following a schedule.

Helps teach students that they are active players in creating a safe school environment and how to recognize and stop negative behaviors.

The third edition of the Power of 2 preserves the fundamental concepts, the classic six classroom approaches—that still have validity after two decades of scrutiny—while at the same time updating the examples that reflect co-teaching’s evolution, such as, an examination of services provided by teachers of students who are English language learners.

Cyber-bullying is any form of harassment that occurs via the Internet. Hear from Real Teens as they discuss their views on Cyber-Bullying.

As part of the process of adolescence, teens develop both physically and emotionally and as their awareness of self changes, it can be tempting for teens to compare themselves with others as part of the natural desire to feel accepted by their peers.

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