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This brief tip sheet gives information and tips on how general education teachers conduct and follow through with Individualized education programs (IEP's).

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Most students with executive functioning struggles really want to be more organized, manage their time better, and have a better memory. But they may not be able to do so. This is not so much a problem with motivation but of brain development. This blog post from Learning Works gives...

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This Guide to Assistive Technology (AT) was created for parent center professionals and family members to help them learn about effective AT practices, devices, and services. AT has great potential to help infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities participate fully in daily routines; increase access to the general educational...

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The North Coastal Consortium for Special Education has pages on Assistive Technology that are helpful for educators and assistive technology advocates of all kinds, to keep up to date on the current happenings in the world of AT in education, and have access to other resources. http://nccseat.blogspot.com/ ...

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Welcome to this short video outlining basic topics and concepts for using assistive technology with students with disabilities. Students, parents, teachers and other service professionals can benefit from this overview video.

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Using aided, augmentative, and alternative communication (AAC) instruction and parent and peer-mediated interventions, educators, friends, and family can address complex communication needs and support communication/language development for children and youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Topics of discussion include the necessity of involving family members in AAC intervention, focus on...

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At one year old, Maggie was diagnosed with Angelman Syndrome. Including her in the regular classroom was difficult, especially when her teachers saw her as a burden on other students. However, after meeting adults with significant disabilities who were receiving support to lead ordinary lives, Maggie’s family broadened their idea...

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This quick guide describes what it means for technology to be born accessible and why it is important, and what state and local leaders can do to ensure that born accessible technology is integrated into classrooms in their states and districts.

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How can a school district implement a unified approach to using technology and best practices to meet the needs of students with disabilities and their peers? Learn how Indiana’s Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation (BCSC) staff collaborated with community leaders and outside organizations to embed UDL principles into all of their...

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This webinar, presented by PACER Center, gives an introduction to finding helpful resources from the Center on Technology and Disability (CTD) to support families. Information covered includes topic areas, types of resources, and tips for navigating and searching the CTD website. The webinar was created as a resource for professionals...

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