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This page on Autism Society's website gives information and various resources on ways to manage symptoms of, and types of accommodations and technologies that can be used for, children on the autism spectrum, from Pre-K to Transition and beyond. This webpage may be used by parents and teachers alike. ...

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Intervention Central provides teachers, schools and districts with free resources to help struggling learners and implement Response to Intervention and attain the Common Core State Standards. This page includes strategies for behavior interventions, and access to other accommodation resources.

Link: http://www.interventioncentral.org/

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This document is based on the AAC Aphasia Category framework by Garrett and Lasker. It briefly covers the two types of communicators with aphasia, and what questions to ask when determining how to categorize a particular child/student as a certain type. The document also contains an all-inclusive chart for children...

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This web page lists great resources and tools specifically for OTs to use Assistive Technology (AT), including apps, blogs, and how-to's to make the most out of technology. https://atandot.com/category/assistive-technology/

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Modern students demand modern learning environments, which is why it’s so important for school districts to have the right tools to support education for today and tomorrow. This practical article lists some ways administrators can prepare their school for these new technologies, as these are becoming more commonplace in the...

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The last decade has seen an explosion in the advancement of educational technology tools and accessibility features that support universally designed learning experiences and instruction that meets the needs of diverse learners and students with disabilities. However, in order to achieve the goal of transforming the educational experience through the...

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Many students with disabilities can safely and successfully participate in general physical education, with or without accommodations and supports. However, some children benefit from specially designed or adapted physical education. IDEA 2004 requires that students with disabilities receive physical education services, specially designed if necessary. If your child has a...

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For students with disabilities, whether physical, cognitive, or both, it is often the case that they do not participate in physical education at school. This could be an eligibility issue, or the curriculum could be too exclusive for children with disabilities. This article lists seven practical ways students with disabilities...

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Good writers review and rewrite many times in order to make their work more convincing, informative, and/or interesting. While research shows that most students edit for conventions and format (with a focus on grammar and spelling), the reviewing phase must combine revising and editing. This article outlines how the reviewing...

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The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) lists here its recommendations to the National Education Technology Plan with the Technical Working Group (an ad hoc group of experts on a particular topic who work together on specific goals). Technology is a driving force that will shape the future of our nation...

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