Special Needs & Inclusion

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e-DECA Assessment & Planning System 2.0
e-DECA Assessment & Planning System 2.0
Item: 16701P
Status: In Stock
$1.00 - $299.95
E-DECA is the web-based application in which all Devereux Early Childhood Assessments can be entered online by both teachers and parents. The e-DECA completes all scoring, generates reports, suggests research-based strategies for both school and home settings, and stores your data in a secure database. Select to receive research-based strategies that support the Conscious Discipline methodology OR that align with the Head Start Learning Outcomes Framework. Features: score record forms quickly and… More »
Agate Light Table Slices - Set of 12
Agate Light Table Slices - Set of 12
Item: 86109
Status: In Stock
$19.95
3 years & up. Bring science into the classroom. This set of 12 Agate slices will delight the little explorer in any child. Transparent quality of each slice allows children to see the layers caused by formations. Color and texture variations can open discussions about likes and differences. The possibilities are endless! Each slice measures approximately 1.5" wide.
Kaplan Kolors Washable Finger Paint - 8 oz.
Kaplan Kolors Washable Finger Paint - 8 oz.
Item: 7554P
Status: In Stock
$2.95 - $16.95
These heavy-bodied, vivid finger paints are rich, creamy, and water-soluble making clean-up a breeze! All Kaplan Kolors are non-toxic (certified with AP Seal for safety & ASTM-D4236). Made in the USA.
DESSA Norms Reference Card
DESSA Norms Reference Card
Item: 16143
Status: In Stock
$7.00
The Devereux Student Strengths Assessment (DESSA) is a 72-item, standardized,norm-referenced behavior rating scale that assesses the social-emotional competencies that serve as protective factors for children in kindergarten through the eighth grade. Standard scores can be used to calibrate each child's competence in each of the eight dimensions and guide school/program-wide, classwide, and individual strategies to promote those competencies. Nationally normed on 2,500 children, the DESSA continues… More »