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Reply: Amanda Andersen
Mon May 25, 2015 19:08
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Hi Mandy,

I am currently an undergraduate in the Elementary Education program here at App, so it will be nice to learn from someone who has already been down the path I am currently on! I think that your experience with the 2nd grade boy sounds like it taught you a lot! I am glad that it sparked your interest and that you are learning about ASD! I am in much the same boat, though I have my feet in both mainstream and special education. I would love to have a very inclusive class one day, and I am hoping that this will help me be able to do so! Learning teaching strategies to help all the students in our classroom will be valuable, and I am excited to learn with you!

  • Introduction - Amanda Andersen, Mon May 25 17:17
    Hey! I'm Amanda Andersen, better known as Mandy. I just graduated from ASU with a degree in Elementary Education. I am a 4+1 student in the Reading Ed program. Like many of you, my teaching... more
    • Questions about the aid and the 2nd grader - Jordan Seagraves, Tue May 26 13:55
      Hi Mandy! Did the aid always stay in the classroom with the student for the whole day? It is rare to see now a one-on-one aid with someone. Do you know if he is diagnosed with anything else or is he... more
      • Aid and 2nd grader Reply - andersenal, Fri May 29 15:50
        The aid was with this boy all day in the classroom. He was pulled out for reading help each day and she went with him there. Anywhere he went, she was always with him. He was not diagnosed with... more
    • Reply: Amanda Andersen - luckadooso, Mon May 25 19:08
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