HOW TO BOOST ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

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If you or your learning community are working to ensure all students, especially students with special needs, are fully included….Then this Unleash Learning TV 3 part series is for you.

I’m interviewing Dr. Richard A. Villa he’s internationally known expert on the development of support systems for educating all students in general education.

He’s authored over 25 books, more chapters and articles than we can count and he travels all over the world working to ensure all students have full access to learning.

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SUPRISING FOOD ADVICE FOR BUSY EDUCATORS

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Do you struggle with consistently eating well as an educator or educational leader and feel your diet is taking a back seat in your life? Then this Unleash Learning TV episode is for you. I’m interviewing Susie Burrell, one of Australia’s leading dietitians.

She’ll share some practical, insightful advice and great tips on how to eat well and get you back on track.

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3 WAYS TO SUPPORT NEW TEACHER SUCCESS

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If you have worked with us or watched Unleash Learning TV episodes, you will know that I’m so passionate about supporting new teacher success…without great induction, I would not be speaking with you now.

That’s why we’re sending you this this Unleash Learning TV episode with 3 things your school, network, district or state can do to support new teacher success.

Want to know more about our New Teacher companion program – click here: https://unleash-learning.com/new-teacher-companion/

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STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS MISSING OUT IN ONLINE LEARNING? GREAT TIPS FOR INCLUSION.

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Want to know more on how to support students with special needs in online learning, then this Unleash Learning™ TV episode is for you.

I’m interviewing Scott Huffman, the director of Student Support Services at Fullerton Joint Union High School in California.

He’s going to provide wonderful insight and tips on how to help your students with special needs during this current time.

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