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Tips to Wrap Up the Year

Tips to Wrap Up the Year

It’s that time of year again! A time to celebrate students’ successes and achievements and document their progress. Documenting is a great way to make note of the advancements students have made throughout the year. Here is a checklist of the top 10 things you’ll want to do within Unique Learning System to wrap up the school year.…

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More than Monthly Lessons

More than Monthly Lessons

Unique Learning System® is an award-winning, standards-based set of interactive tools specifically designed for students with special needs. Each month, teachers receive new lesson plans and materials that address the critical skills in reading, writing, math, science and social studies with embedded transitional outcomes.…

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Travel & Communication Disability

Travel & Communication Disability

Many travel sites can tell readers where to find ramps and more accessible places. The general public is more aware of the diversity among travelers, but awareness of communication challenges may lag behind familiarity with physical access difficulties.…

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What History & Research Say About Symbols

What History & Research Say About Symbols

It’s likely that most people would agree with the statement that one of the core purposes of education is to develop students with the abilities to understand and respond to information. Students arrive in our schools and classrooms with disparate skills and abilities.…

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Collaboration in the Classroom

Collaboration in the Classroom

Classroom collaboration is essential for the success of the students that we work with every day. Because n2y provides common language, goals, materials, data collection and accountability, it allows team members to create a central vision.…

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Working with Students with Complex Needs

Working with Students with Complex Needs

We work with so many talented and creative people in the field of education, speech-language pathology and assistive technology. We all want to create materials, but the creation must always start with the student’s need.…

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