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DC Pinoy Teachers Support Group Session

How are you coping with your work? Getting better? Good. Don't forget to relax and pamper yourself during weekends and holidays, we also need to take care of ourselves so we can better perform what is expected of us in the classroom.

WHAT: Monthly DC Pinoy Teachers Support Group Session on Special Education Protocols and other Legal Issues

WHEN: February 21, 2009, 9:30 am- 12:00 am

WHERE: Jefferson Middle School Room 118
801 7th Street SW Washington DC 20024 (Green Line: Waterfron/ SEU)

WHO: Toni Sanao (SPED Coordinator/ SPED Teacher, Tacoma) and Jean Mata (SPED Teacher, Anacostia) will be our facilitators
Questions to ask yourself/ others as a new teacher:
- do you keep a reflection journal with you?
- do you keep a parent contact log?
- how do you modify your students' work?
- how much do you know about IDEIA? Inclusion or LRE?
Please be ready to:
- share your classroom experiences as a teacher (answer questions above).
- ask our facilitators your questions at the end of their presentation.
Please call or email back if you have questions or any concerns. See you all on Saturday!


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