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AEM an All Access Pass to Success: Reset
Learn how accessible educational materials (AEM) can be used to improve outcomes for students. Hear from experts who discusses the challenges, benefits, and AEM resources available to support learning.
Welcome to Homeroom! Tips for Creating A Learning Environment at Home
Explore how to create school-like environments at home that help students connect their perception of school and learning in their home.
Supporting Positive Behaviors at School and at Home, Part 1
Explore antecedent-based interventions, which are evidence-based interventions that focus on identifying the conditions in the environment that may be contributing to interfering behavior.
Flexible Co-Planning: Integrating Specially Designed Instruction (SDI)
Explore flexible collaborative planning, which are essential to ensuring that all students receive instruction that meets their needs, while flexing between face-to-face, hybrid, and virtual environments.
Mythbusting Transition Assessment!
Discover strategies and resources to understand what is (and what is not) the intent of age-appropriate transition assessment, as well as the implementation of transition assessment by a multi-agency team.
Top Ten Tips to Develop a Growth Mindset in a Virtual World
Growth mindset research gives educators, parents, and students the social-emotional confidence to move past their comfort zones. Discover 10 tips on how to develop a growth mindset in a virtual environment.
Access in a Virtual Environment for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Learners
Learn proactive planning strategies from professionals, families, and learners on how to plan ahead for successful learning experiences for learners who are deaf/hard of hearing.
Caring for Yourself so You Can Care for Others
Explore how stress and trauma in early childhood may impact early care and education professionals, and how to build resilience with self-care strategies.
Get the FACTS to Accessible Instructional Videos
Discover five quick tips and tool for increasing access to multimedia curriculum and classroom-based materials with the FACTS: flashing images, audio description, captioning, timing, and sound quality.
Supporting Our Global Community: Multicultural Program for Families of Children and Youth with Disabilities
Join a panel of experts to learn how to serve families from different ethnic backgrounds to find resources to support the cultural and educational...
Apoyando a nuestra comunidad global
Únase a un panel para aprender cómo servir a familias de diferentes orígenes étnicos para encontrar recursos para apoyar las necesidades culturales y educativas de las familias con niños y jóvenes con discapacidades.
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Supporting Positive Behaviors at School and at Home, Part 2
Part 2 of Supporting Positive Behaviors at School and Home explores antecedent-based interventions for enriching the environment with sensory stimuli and activities to support emotional regulation for youth.
Designing Flexible Assessment and Learning Kits for Home and School
Discover how one team has prepared for the transition from face-to-face to online learning by designing personalized, learning and assessment kits for learners that can be used at school or home.
More Transition Mythbusting! Transition Planning Myths, Realities and Resources
Explore the importance of planning for the transition to adult life and dispelling myths. Discover how multi-agency teams can work together with youth and families to create a meaningful plan.
Strategies to Support Early Learning and Well-Being in Changing Times
Early childhood settings have been dramatically impacted by COVID-19. Support for children to be resilient in times of stress and change is essential. Explore strategies to build resilience in young children.
Online Instruction Based on Communication Mode
Ensuring all learners have access to curriculum starts with identifying their preferred communication mode. Discover how to identify learners’ preferred communication mode and what that means for access.
Why Checklists, Especially Now When the World is Up-Side Down
Checklists help keep us organized. As we are multi-tasking in our professional and personal lives during this pandemic, checklists can take the edge off of thinking. Discover examples to use immediately.
Maximizing Accessibility and Learning with Slide Presentations
Students with disabilities may encounter barriers within slide presentations that limit their access to information. Learn about the importance of accessibility and how to build an accessible presentation.
Ready, Set, Action! Simple Strategies to Support Learning, Build Connections, and Offer Balance in an Ever-Changing World
Join two parents of young adults with autism as they share their personal experiences using the free video resource, ASD...
Surviving the Pandemic with PBIS
PBIS can be implemented in a virtual format. Hear from two educators who have incorporated creative ways to implementing PBIS while educating students online.
A Closer Look at District Special Education Profiles: Reflecting on the Data to Drive District Decisions
Learn how to access and investigate state-compiled special education profile data to find patterns and how to initiate discussions around indicators where...
Individualizing and Coordinating Transition Services to Help Students Reach Post-School Goals
Hear from an educator and staff from a County Board of Developmental Disability and Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities as they discuss transition services to help students achieve their goals.
Establishing Meaningful Interactions to Build Communication in Young Children
All behavior is a form of communication. Explore three strategies to build stronger interactions, relationships, and communication with young children and learn how to apply them daily.
The Untapped Riches of Universal Design for Learning and Explicit Instruction: Capitalize on this Gold Mine
Explore ideas for how to use Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and explicit instruction frameworks to ensure that all students learn and become expert learners.
Telepsychology: Tips and Tools for Online Assessments
Discover strategies for assessing learners who are deaf/hard of hearing (D/HH) or blind/visually (B/VI) impaired in online or hybrid environments, including the basics of telepsychology, and more.