Odyssey Magazine

2010 issue - Supporting Students: Working Together to Meet Diverse Needs

Supporting Students: Working Together to Meet Diverse Needs 2010 Issue (Vol. 11, Iss. 1)

Odyssey Articles include: Inclusion at a School for the Deaf: Making It Work for a Student with Special Needs By Bob Brehm & Deaf Children with Disabilities: Rights Under the IDEA By Barbara Raimondo

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2010 Odyssey Featured Articles

Inclusion at a School for the Deaf: Making It Work for a Student with Special Needs

By Bob Brehm

Deaf Children with Disabilities: Rights Under the IDEA

By Barbara Raimondo

Advocating for Your Child's Education: What You Need to Know

By Matthew Rider and Charlene Ward

Helping Children with Sensory Processing Disorders: The Role of Occupational Therapy

By Margarita Sweet

Pet Therapy: A New Way of Reaching Students with Additional Disabilities

By Kimberly Mockler

Partners with a Purpose: The Consultant Teacher Model in Educating Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students

By Candi Mascia-Reed

Determining a Student's Readiness to Successfully Use Interpreting Services

By Cindy Huff

Addressing Students' Language Needs in a Bilingual ASL and English Classroom

By C. Michelle Shadow, Bobbie Jo Kite, and Jen Drew

The Guided Reading Approach: A Practical Method to Address Diverse Needs in the Classroom

By Laura M. Schaffer and Barbara R. Schirmer

Enhancing the Reading Process: Tips for ASL/English Bilingual Classrooms

By Melissa Rusher

Helping Students Toward Independence: The STEPS Program at USDB

By Kimberley P. Smale

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