Down Syndrome Educational Alliance
The Down Syndrome Education Alliance strives to provide information, training, resources and supports by partnering with Bay Area educators who work with students with Down syndrome. We offer information regarding the general learning profile of individuals with Down syndrome and research-based best practices for educating them. The Alliance offers direct training, consultation, ability awareness presentations, and access to our curriculum, AAC and print libraries.
Want to learn more about the DSEA? Please see our brochure here.
Number Skills for Children with Down Syndrome (5–11 years) This article provides a brief overview of information regarding the development of number skills within elementary students with Down syndrome.
Reading and Writing for Individuals with Down syndrome – An Overview, Sue Buckley
Reading and writing for children with Down syndrome (5–11 years), Buckley, Beadman and Bird
Reading and Writing for Teenagers with Down Syndrome (11-16 years), Gillian Bird & Sue Buckley
The Importance of Home/School Communication – Benefits and tips on effective home-school school communication.
Speech, Language and Communication for Individuals with Down Syndrome – An Overview, Sue Buckley
Apps for Special Educators – Apps by education-related categories and recommended by special educators
Daily News Log – Track behavior, favorite things, bathroom news, etc.
Daily Assignment Log – Track assignments by subject and track due dates, etc.
School/Home Daily Log – Tell parents the highlights, successes and challenges of the day, etc.
Speech and Language on the IEP – Strategies for developing goals