• Charles Tackett
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    Special Education Intervention Specialist


    Grades 9-12 


    Physical Science, Biology, Earth's Environment and Geometry
     Varsity T Advisor

    Educational History


    Logan High School (1990)


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    University of Rio Grande (1995)
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    Wright State University- Masters Degree (2020)
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    Teaching Career

    Miaimi County Educational Service Center 5 years


    Tipp City School District 20 years


    Coaching Career

    September 2013- Resigned from being the Varsity Softball Coach at Tippecanoe HS 
    Fast Pitch
    Tippecanoe Varsity Coach (15 years)
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    Go Red Devils! 
    2020-2021 Daily Schedule
    1st Plan
    2nd Language Arts 
    3rd Tutoring Room
    4th APEX Support
    5th Tutoring Room
    6th Co-Teaching Earth's Environment 
    7th Co-Teaching Biology
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    Interesting facts:

            What is a learning disability?
    LD is a disorder that affects people's ability to either interpret what they see and hear or to link information from different parts of the brain. These limitations can show up in many ways: as specific difficulties with spoken and written language, coordination, self control, or attention. Such difficulties extend to schoolwork and can impede learning to read, write, or do math.
    [Source: National Institutes of Health, 1993]

    What are the types of learning disabilities?

    LD is a broad term that covers a pool of possible causes, symptoms, treatments, and outcomes. Because of this it is difficult to diagnose or to pinpoint the causes. Learning Disabilities can be divided up into three broad categories. These types of learning disabilities include:

    Each one of these categories includes a number of more specific disorders.

    [Source: National Institutes of Health, 1993]

    What is an IEP?

    An Individualized Education Program (IEP) is a written agreeement between the parents and the school about what the child needs and what will be done to address those needs. In accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA, formerly PL 94-142), IEPs must be drawn up by the educational team for the exceptional child and must include the following:

    • The student's present levels of academic performance.
    • Annual goals for the student.
    • Short- term instructional objectives related to the annual goals.
    • The special education and related services that will be provided and the extent to which the child will participate in regular education programs.
    • Plans for starting the services and the anticipated duration of services.
    • Appropriate plans for evaluating, at least annually, whether the goals and obejctives are being achieved.
    • Transition planning for older students.

    For more information on IEPs please visit IEP in our LD In-Depth section.
    [Source: Hallahan, Daniel P. & Kauffman, James M. Exceptional Child.Boston:Allyn and Bacon.1994*


Last Modified on October 14, 2020