NEWS: Everyday Arts for Special Education

Everyday Arts for Special Education (EASE) provides professional development designed to create multiple entry points to learning for students with autism, emotional disturbance, intellectual disabilities or multiple disabilities.

EASE Kicks off Year 5!

Last week saw the kick-off of EASE Program Professional Development Workshops for this year’s incoming batch of Level I teachers. The day-long intensives blended lecture and play in a reflection of an EASE curriculum tenet: Rules + Play = Game. At the start […]

EASE Mini-Residency Shows Pre-K Promise

“As the de Blasio administration rolls out its ambitious expansion of pre-kindergarten, it will be hard-pressed to accommodate children with special needs, special education advocates say.” EASE is already responding to the necessity for expanded programs and services for Pre-K […]

EASE Collaboration: How Far Can We Jump?

My spring semester EASE coaching site is [email protected] with Hailey Robinson, Cristina Sunseri, and Rachel Owens – wonderful, imaginative EASE level II teachers. Cristina and Rachel collaborate on their curriculum, tossing ideas back and forth at the Common Planning Meeting to […]