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July 27th, 2016

Teaching Children with Special Needs using Technology

Teaching Children with Special Needs using Technology

Watson’s special education teachers and instructional aides utilize a variety of special education technologies when teaching children with special needs. Technologies such as communications devices, SMART Boards and iPads are easily adapted to meet each student’s individualized educational needs. iPads in Special Education Classrooms In this modern age of technology, Watson’s students are proving that … Read More

July 22nd, 2016

Special Education Technology in Classroom Learning

Special Education Technology in Classroom Learning

The Watson Institute’s special education teachers and instructional aides create high-quality learning environments in the classrooms, adapting daily activities to meet each students’ needs. One of the many ways Watson staff adapt to the students’ needs is through utilization of special education technology in the classrooms – such as smart boards, iPads, and iPad apps. … Read More

July 12th, 2016

Special Education School Programs – A Year in Review

Special Education School Programs – A Year in Review

With its many special education school programs, the Watson Institute wants to proudly ‘brag-on’ the many student accomplishments over this past school year. This has been an exciting year for the Watson Institute! In September 2015, we broke ground on the site where our brand new Education Center South will be opening in South Fayette … Read More

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Preparing for a Visitor

I am going to visit my non-verbal, six year old grandson. I only see him once a year in his space but he knows me from Skype. What are some tips on making this process easier for him?

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Turn Taking in Play and Conversation

I have a client who has difficulty with turn taking. What kind of intervention strategies or games could I play to help him comprehend turn taking?

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