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Learning Resources from SERC

Using the search tool at left, use this page to find a wealth of learning resources collected by SERC, from a variety of sources. These sources include SERC Professional Development, to Connecticut State Department of Education official documents, to classroom-ready downloadables spanning a wide variety of topics.

Resources are available in a variety of formats, including web articles, videos and multimedia presentations, printable .PDFs, and downloadable presentations, spreadsheets, and document files.


These resources and many more are available:

Guidelines for Identifying Children with Intellectual Disability - Full Document (2007); Executive Summary (2006)

The purpose of this resource document is to provide guidance that supports the appropriate identification of students with intellectual disability while ensuring that they also receive an appropriate education in the least restrictive environment.

Guidelines for Speech and Language Programs: Determining Eligibility for Special Education Speech and Language Service under IDEA - Revised 2008

These guidelines are offered to assist school districts in determining which children are eligible for speech and language services under the provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. The document addresses critical issues and recent…

How to Schedule for Co-Teaching Success

Consider these tips from Wendy Murawski for successful scheduling of your co-taught classes.