I’m pleased to note that Janet Lerner was willing to post a piece to Teach Effectively. As most people in special education know, Professor Lerner is a pioneer in teaching students with disabilities. In one of my first classes about special education, I was assigned Professor Lerner’s book on Learning Disabilities. It’s a great honor to have her as a contributor to Teach Effectively. Professor Lerner will be posting as “JanetL.”
Teach Effectively provides news and commentary about evidence-based instructional practices. We focus on educational methods that have proven track records; that focus allows us to spend time lampooning some pop-ed fads, whims, and bologna-based innovations.
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