Tag: special education

The Doctor is IN.

Recently, the edublog world has been talking about how teacher accountability might be measured in much the same way doctors are measured—by professional standards, not…

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The Newbie

I feel compelled to write about Dante’s 10th Canto of Hell, otherwise known as my first year as a school psychologist. I’ve been getting many…

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Special Ed Lady

School Psychologists have many roles to play in the schools. On any given day, we are counselors, advisors, consultants, program developers, observers, yard duty stand-ins,…

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BINGO!

When I worked as a graduate student researcher at UC Berkeley, I had this game I secretly played with my co-worker during staff meetings. It…

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