Mrs. Griffith, Mr. Beck, Mrs. Drake,

Ms. Brown, Mrs. Jernigan,

Mrs. Barone, Mrs. Bass,

and Ms. Figures

Special Education

Welcome to Our Special Education Site

We have a strong special education program at MWE, dedicated to providing the continuum of support from classroom accommodations to specialized class settings.  Our staff consists of one diagnostician, one speech pathologist, three special education teachers, two teacher assistants, and one medically fragile nurse.

If you have any questions regarding special education programming, please contact our diagnostician, CiCi Barone.



Resources:

For Parents:

Spring Branch ISD Special Education homepage:  

www.springbranchisd.com/specialeducation

 

Behavioral interventions:

http://www.pbisworld.com

 

Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL)

(Look under Resources by Group -- "For Teachers / Caregivers")

www.csefel.vanderbilt.edu

 

Technical Assistance Center on Social Emotional Intervention (TACSEI)

(Look under Communities to Visit --- "Teachers and Providers" and under "Families")

www.challengingbehavior.org

 

For Autism....The Autism Society of America This is a great site for parents and teachers.

http://www.autism-society.org

 

For ADHD...Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) A great site for parents and teachers.

http://www.chadd.org

 

For Students:

Resource ABCYA:  http://www.abcya.com/
Educational website that incorporates language arts and math skills along with beginning computer skills. Lessons and games are visually appealing and tailored to all levels and abilities in grades K-5. Excellent site for skills practice at school or at home. Apps are available for the iPod, iPad, and certain smartphones.

Wonderopolis:http://www.wonderopolis.org/
Created by the National Center for Family Literacy, Wonderopolis focuses on subjects of which children are curious. This immediately engages the child and encourages them to learn more. A video is included in each topic of information.

Learning: http://www.e-learningforkids.org/ 
Organized both by grade level and subject areas. Includes interactive learning videos with practice within the video, perfect for the interactive white board. Each “course” lists the appropriate age level for the students. Geared for students in K-6. 

Math and Reading:  http://www.funbrain.com/

Focuses on improving math and reading skills.  Features books and comics as well as arcades filled with interactive games.

Math: Multiplication Facts:   http://www.multiplication.com/

Helps students review multiplication tables as well as addition and subtraction facts.  Interactive games and worksheets that can be downloaded.


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