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New Website with Free Learning and Behavior Support Strategies and Information: For Children, Parents, Educators, and Therapists

New Website with Free Learning and Behavior Support Strategies and Information: For Children, Parents, Educators, and Therapists

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Wise Education and Behavior at www.educationandbehavior.com, founded in January 2014, provides free learning and behavior strategies for children with and without special needs. Many of our strategies can also be used to support adults with special needs. We also have a wealth of information on  disabilities, bullying, education, and child development.

We have an open forum for additional support. The purpose of the forum is to discuss concerns, ask questions, or share knowledge with others in the community about child development, learning, behavior, bullying, parenting, disabilities or education. If you need support beyond our articles and forum, our CEOoffers personalized advice unique to your situation.

We have free printable reading, writing and math worksheets in our resources section.

Our child development line consists of only the highest rated products among parents and educators. See our selection in our E-Learning center and Learning Store.

We welcome guest bloggers! We would like to share your research-based articles on child development, child health, learning, behavior, education, bullying, parenting, and disabilities.


This post was created by a member of Edutopia's community. If you have your own #eduawesome tips, strategies, and ideas for improving education, share them with us.

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Lina Raffaelli's picture
Lina Raffaelli
Former Community Engagement Intern at Edutopia

Hi Rachel. Thanks for sharing this resource with the Edutopia community. I just wanted to let you know that your post was moved to the Community Bulletin Board, which the appropriate place for promotional posts. Thanks!

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