How to include functional skills in your child's goals

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Feb. 22, 2022Updated Jul. 12, 2022

Standards-based goals do not only include subjects such as reading, writing, and math. Dr. Caitlin Solone, education advocate, teacher-educator, and faculty at UCLA, breaks down how to create goals that involve functional skills like listening and speaking in the classroom.

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