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Teachers!  This page is for you. Here are interventions and accommodations for you to use with your students. 

Please download and share this page with your colleagues.

You are educated and know your students. 

Then why do you still feel nervous or frustrated for your upcoming IEP meeting?

I've been there, too.  feel heard or empowered in your IEP meetings.  

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  • better together

    At Who’s Learning Now (WLN), we provide meaningful resources and support for 
  • both general education and special education teachers.

    WLN applies a child centered, problem solving approach by bringing accommodations from 
  • special education and curriculum from general education.

    By creating a positive and collaborative learning environment, we bridge the relationship 
  • between schools and families in the best interest of the child.

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the WLN book is a guide to help you and your child navigate the special education system

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"Debbie and I taught together in San Diego, CA. Debbie was always professional and kind.
I always went to her for all things special education related. Debbie has always provided me with great, solid advice. She’s a wonderful listener who really takes into account each child’s individuality and abilities. Her intuition has always been spot on, which makes me so excited to see that she’s sharing her ideas with the world! Debbie is an asset to teachers and the teaching profession."
—Vim, 4th grade teacher, Dual Language Immersion, (English Speakers of Other Language) ESOL and Gifted Certified. 
"I had the pleasure of working with Debbie Sharp. She helped bridge those gaps in my knowledge to support students even better to lead them to success. She helped me identify the students who needed support (whether they had an IEP or not); which I learned from her that it isn’t necessary to group my students that way. It’s more effective to group them by abilities and needs. With her by my side planning specifically with those students needs in mind, was greatly helpful. She offered ideas such as how to break down a lesson or offering graphic organizers to support the students better. And while we team-taught, she brought the tools I didn’t have into the classroom. She offered an alternate way of saying something, pulled a small group of students who needed more attention, and access to tools such as a special typewriter to support students with dysgraphia. She also was a sounding board to discuss students who may be on my radar and she helped me determine whether the IEP process should begin. Her knowledge and expertise added an incredibly important layer to my classroom and allowed more students to be even more successful. "
—Joy, educator and mom
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