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2014 NC CEC Annual Conference
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2014 Conference Sessions:

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Transition from High School: Opportunities for Students with Intellectual Disabilities - Sharon Richter & Cate Smith

Pairing Functional and Academic Skills: Teaching Language Comprehension and Pedestrian Travel Training - Kelly Kelley & Kalie Deaton

Empowering Parents in the Education Process - Marquis Grant

Empowering Parents in the Education Process (Case Study )- Marquis Grant

Embedded Systematic Instruction: An Evidence Base to Support Inclusive Education for Students with Severe Disability - Ai Kamei & Bree Jimenez

Mapping Routes to Improved Literacy Learning Outcomes in Students with Down Syndrome - David Koppenhaver & Tonya Moore

Using the iPad to Support Students with Significant Disabilities - Angela Fitzwater

Using the iPad to Support Students with Significant Disabilities (Resource Sheet) - Angela Fitzwater

Epigenetics in the autism classroom: A new approach - Elizabeth Curtiss

Observational Assessment for the Identification of Emotional Disability - Jessica Wery & Doug Cullinan

How Craniosacral Therapy Helps with Autism Spectrum Disorders - Lynn Knight

Forming the K-3 Classroom: A Collaborative Effort to Create an Assessment that Works for ALL Stakeholders
- Erika Beattie & Jami Graham

Sexuality and Sex Education for People with I.D. - Madelyn Rindal

Transition from High School: Opportunities for Students with Disabilities - Sharon Richter

Evaluating Teachers of students with low incidence disabilities - Emily Summey

Creating Community and Support Using Native American Values in an Inclusive Third Grade Setting An Action Research Case Study

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