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NTACT is a Technical Assistance and Dissemination project, funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) and the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA). Its purpose is to assist State Education Agencies, Local Education Agencies, State VR agencies, and VR service providers in implementing evidence-based and promising...

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Recent years have seen a push toward “mainstreaming” students with cognitive and physical differences, which means including them in general classrooms rather than separating them into full-time “special education” classrooms. This significant change means more and more classrooms include a diverse array of students with various neurological and physical strengths...

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Inclusive classrooms are becoming far more common in our public schools. There are greater numbers of students with disabilities receiving their education in general education classrooms. Teachers should be prepared to meet the needs of all the students in their classroom; these tips may help with this process, and provides...

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The toughest challenges become easier when you have the right resources. The resources on this page from Teachervision gives advice on how to manage a classroom in the areas of technology, inclusion, and special education.

Link: https://www.teachervision.com/teaching-strategies/classroom-management#

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Disability Rights California (DRC) is the largest advocacy rights group in the nation. One publication on their website is Special Education Rights and Responsibilities (SERR), which provides a wide range of information on the rights and responsibilities of children with disabilities and their parents or teachers, regarding their education. This...

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This PowerPoint, presented with the webinar Integrating Assistive Technology into Adapted Physical Education to Achieve Healthy Outcomes with Scott McNamara, examines adapted physical education (APE) and why it is important for students with disabilities to receive APE services. A review some of the...

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This webinar with Scott McNamara, PhD, gives participants a chance to learn about adapted physical education (APE) and why it is important for students with disabilities to receive APE services. The webinar covers a variety of APE subjects, including: a review of some of federal laws that define and mandate...

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This website has autism spectrum resources and teaching materials, for parents, teachers, and AT specialists alike. These support the social, academic and communicative development of children on the autism spectrum through Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Verbal Behavior interventions. The technology section of their blog has apps and advice when...

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The Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development at Duke University provides a collection of resources, mostly intended for parents, for caring for their child with Autism. They provide guides, tips, templates, and other resources, whether their child has been newly diagnosed or ready for Transition, inside and outside of...

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Filmed in collaboration with WETA, this series of short videos on various assitive technology topics is meant to be informative for parents, teachers, and service providers to young children with disabilities. If you want to see the full playlist to choose a specific topic or video, click the top left...

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