State & Local Education Agencies

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Given that the law requires districts to provide accessible materials, including curricular content and websites to students and the community, we encourage you to learn about resources, tips, and information to build accessibility into your educational materials and services. Join us for this webinar to hear from district leaders who...

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This PowerPoint presentation accompanies the webinar, Making it Happen: Addressing Digital Accessibility , in which learn about resources, tips, and information to build accessibility into your educational materials and services.

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In the field of special education, it's important to stay up-to-date on practices and technologies that ensure an inclusive, quality education for children with varying disabilities. Here, the University of Wisconsin describes different aspects of accommodation and assistive technology (AT), and how they serve students, with different areas of instruction...

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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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This PowerPoint accompanies the fast-paced and playful webinar, Fifty Ways to Reach Your Learners Using UDL as a Guide , in which Judith Schoonover and Sally Norton-Darr propose more than 50 strategies to ACCESS information using UDL as a guide. Scaffolds created or...

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This is the Hmong version of the guide that provides parents with common examples of assistive technology that help young children with important skills. A definition of assistive technology is offered to introduce parents to the wide range of assistive technology options, from simple homemade solutions, to sophisticated electronic devices....

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Students with disabilities face access challenges to typical science labs in precollege and postsecondary settings. There are two approaches to making academic activities accessible to students with disabilities—accommodations and universal design (UD). This article from the University of Washington reviews both approaches and gives examples for execution. http://www.washington.edu/doit/making-science-labs-accessible-students-disabilities...

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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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Assistive technology is any kind of technology that can be used to enhance the functional independence of a person with a disability. Often, for people with disabilities, accomplishing daily tasks such as talking with friends, going to school and work, or participating in recreational activities is a challenge. Get informed...

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These guides help school administrators and educational technology vendors learn what questions to ask and how to make informed decisions relating to educational technology. http://techmatrix.org/sites/all/themes/TechMatrix/images/consumerguide.pdf

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