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National Leadership SpecialQuest (NLSQ) 2010 Blog | Submitted by Susan Stewart 09/16/10

Materials developed for the NLSQ (PowerPoints, handouts, etc.) as well as participant-generated content can be located and downloaded from this site. The site also includes images, video, tweets, and blog postings made by participants.


Resources on Working with Children Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired or Deafblind | (.doc 35kb) Submitted by Tom Miller 2/08/10

An annotated list of resources for working with children who are blind, visually impaired, or deafblind from the Perkins School for the Blind in MA. Includes excellent professional development resources, including multimedia training modules; information on literacy; advocacy; service design; etc.


Working With Young Children With Special Needs (Moorpark College) (.doc 66kb) | Submitted by Mary Walker 03/17/09

This is the syllabus for the introductory course on working with young children with special needs. I teach this class at Moorpark College in Moorpark, CA. This is a 3 unit course and it is transferrable to Cal State University, Northridge. I indicated on the syllabus the SQ resource I use for this class.


Equity Issues in ECE (Moorpark College) (.doc 37kb) | Submitted by Mary Walker 03/17/09

This is the current syllabus for Equity Issues in ECE. This is a 3 unit course that I teach at Moorpark College in Moorpark, CA. The course is transferrable to Cal State University, Northridge. I have indicated the SpecialQuest resources I use in this class.


SpecialQuest Goes To College (.doc 46kb) | Submitted by Susan Stewart 10/24/08

This document is a summary of the discussion, SpecialQuest Goes to College, April 2008. It contains strategies for using the SpecialQuest approach in college coursework, adaptations and specific uses of the SpecialQuest materials, and references to relevant resources from SpecialQuest and others.


Children with Special Needs Syllabi (.doc 67kb) | Submitted by Virginia Barron, M.S 4/16/2008

This syllabus is for Child Development 244: Children with Special Needs (San Bernadino Valley College, California). Virginia used a number of resources from SpecialQuest in teaching the course, but they are not specifically listed in the syllabus.














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