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Rachael Storey

Rachael Storey is a teacher-turned-writer with a passion for special education. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and her graduate degree in urban special education from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee. Rachael currently holds a professional teaching license in Michigan K-12 special education with endorsements in both learning disabilities and cognitive disabilities and has enjoyed teaching all levels of students over the past ten years. When not writing, Rachael can be found going on adventures around the metro Detroit area with her husband and daughter.

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, Special Education, Parent Resources, SEL

Strategies to Address Test Anxiety Before, During, and After Assessments

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, Special Education, Parent Resources, SEL

What is Test Anxiety and How to Ease Student Concerns

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, Woodcock-Johnson, Special Education, Dyslexia, K-12 RTI/MTSS, Parent Resources

4 Steps for Adjusting the IEP Process this Fall

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, Special Education, K12 Ability Assessments, K12 Achievement Assessments, Parent Resources

15 Ideas to Engage Reading-Reluctant Students this Summer

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, Special Education

4 Ways to Stimulate Academic Growth and Combat the Summer Slide

Special Education

6 Strategies to Help Bridge the Learning Gap for your SpEd Students

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, Special Education

4 Considerations for Planning to Address the COVID Learning Gap in SpEd

Clinical and Special Education Assessments

5 Considerations for Returning to In-Person Special Education Classrooms: Part 2

Clinical and Special Education Assessments

5 Considerations for Returning to In-Person Special Education Classrooms: Part 1

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, Early Childhood

Play-based Learning: Looking at Early Learners as 'Little Scientists'

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, SEL

SEL in Special Education: 7 Tips for Supporting Your Students Part 3

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, Early Childhood

Play-based Learning during COVID-19 and Why it's More Important than Ever Before

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, SEL

SEL in Special Education: 7 Tips for Supporting Your Students Part 2

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, SEL

It's Vital to Introduce SEL into Your Special Education Classroom and Here's Why:

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, Special Education, Remote Assessment Administration

4 Steps for Revising the IEP Process During Remote Learning

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, Parent Resources

5 Ways to Engage Parents of Students in Special Education Programs During Remote Learning

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, Special Education, Remote Assessment Administration

10 Tips for Teaching Special Education Remotely: Part 3

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, Special Education, Remote Assessment Administration

10 Tips for Teaching Special Education Remotely: Part 2

Remote Assessment Administration

Whether learning is in person or remote, data is not the problem in our districts, schools, and classrooms.

Clinical and Special Education Assessments, Special Education, Remote Assessment Administration

10 Tips for Teaching Special Education Remotely: Part I

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