Education K-12

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Educating Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: A Guide for Professionals in General Education Settings is an online, three-module resource that is designed to equip general education professionals (grades K-12) with the knowledge and skills they need for working with deaf and hard of hearing students in...

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The goal of this free, resource-rich web site "Setting Language in Motion" is to foster an understanding of the importance of early language acquisition that supports robust linguistic competence and conceptual development in children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Resources on the site include multiple modules with...

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This website is designed to help teachers plan for American Sign Language (ASL) instruction for deaf and hard of hearing students nationwide. The website was developed by Gallaudet University's Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Resource Center.

The K-12 ASL Content Standards consist of five Anchor Standards that describe the...

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FHI 360, lead partner for the Center on Technology and Disability, designed this Assistive Technology Module for Personnel Preparation Programs to strengthen the ability of education professors at colleges and universities to add information and resources about AT to their existing curricula. The module is appropriate...

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The following descriptions of assistive technology (AT) use in the classroom have been prepared by Laura Kessel, an AT specialist who supports teachers and teacher training. They may be used for individual study and practice or as part of professional development workshops and/or other training events.

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Assistive technology (AT) is any tool that helps students with disabilities accomplish something that they could not do without it. This definition encompasses tools ranging from low-tech options such as pencil grips to high-tech options such as apps, and it is understandably sometimes challenging to determine if a student...

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Students from the Jemicy School in Owings Mill, MD talk about their learning disabilities and the assistive technology that has allowed them to be better students. Filmed by WETA and produced by The Center on Technology and Disability.

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Transitioning from birth-to-three services into the school system comes with a series of changes for you and your child. This video will help you be prepared for not one, but several transitions—from early intervention services, to developmental preschool, then on to kindergarten and first grade, brought to you by Informing...

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This article from the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching from the University of Michigan highlights technology tools used to promote student learning across a variety of disciplines. Directed more toward teachers and professors in postsecondary institutions, technology tools for instruction are listed here by type, intention of use,...

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This chart was compiled to describe the many features of the iPad that can be helpful for those with physical or cognitive disabilities. This includes the positive features and drawbacks of using an iPad, and built-in accessible tools relating to vision, motor, hearing, and literary impairments.

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