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WEBSITE WEDNESDAY: Your blog, website, or wiki

Posted on February 22, 2012 in News

This week, I wanted to try something new. So many friends have contacted me to share their blogs and websites recently, and I want to get the word out about these resources as quickly and efficiently as possible. So…this week’s Website Wednesday belongs to you. If you have a blog, website, or wiki that you want to share with all of us, please post it (with a short description) in the comments section. I am hoping we get a nice selection to review this week! Even if I have already featured you on Website Wednesday, please post again for those who are new or did not catch it the first time.

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  1. From Amy Fenton Lee on 23 Feb 2012

    http://www.TheInclusiveChurch.com – A resource devoted to helping churches successfully include children with special needs.

    Paula – Thanks for your great blog and website! I’m a big fan. – Amy Fenton Lee

  2. From Mary Komperda on 23 Feb 2012

    Riverside area Inclusion Network! Like us on Face book (RAIN). Thanks Paula!

  3. From Carolyn Hyman on 23 Feb 2012

    Weinfeld Education Group is committed to providing advocacy and training for parents of children with special learning needs. Check out our resources page for more information and some great links.

  4. From Rose-Marie Gallagher on 23 Feb 2012

    http://adaptingcreatively.blogspot.com — Looking at ways to adapt the home and classroom to meet the needs of our kids with disabilities.

    Paula, thanks for all your work to support inclusion!

  5. From kelly stack sapp on 24 Feb 2012

    Revolutionizing paradigms: unmined treasures disguised in disability.

  6. From Amy Laurent on 24 Feb 2012

    This website is dedicated to providing developmentally-based, practical information and resources for children on the autism spectrum and to the people who support them.

  7. From Linda Wallin on 26 Feb 2012

    I am teaching students with autism but enjoy both ends of the exceptional learner spectrum. I hope to revamp my site when I retire this summer.

  8. From Lisa O on 27 Feb 2012

    FB page to share and collaborate on best practices for students w/Down syndrome. We focus on educational activities with an inclusive slant. Here’s the link. Thanks! https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/groups/139259556143320/

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