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This course contains all of the SimpleK12 award winning webinars on this subject area. Inside these webinars, you'll find substantial content and real-life examples to inspire your students and enhance your classroom. Many of the world's top teachers, administrators and education experts choose the Teacher Learning Community to build their 21st century skills and learn best practices... it's great to have you with us!

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  • Special Education
Addressing Learning Differences and Disabilities in an Online Environment
This webinar gives you tools and training for teaching students with disabilities in any environment.more...
Assistive Technology for Students Diagnosed with Communication Disorders
There are many different types of assistive technologies and augmentative and alternative communication devices available for students who have been diagnosed with communication disorders.more...
Autism: Evidence-Based Practices in Action
Please join us as we focus on children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.more...
Special Accommodations and Apps for the Visually Impaired
If you need to provide special accommodations for blind or visually impaired students, this webinar is for you!more...
iPhoneography for the Classroom
Today's mobile devices have cameras that rival the image quality of more expensive traditional cameras.more...
Are You Seeing Signs of Dyslexia?
Do you ever wonder if some of your struggling students might have dyslexia?more...
Customizing the iPad and Selecting Apps to Meet IEP Goals for Students with Disabilities
The iPad can be a terrific tool for students with disabilities, as well as their teachers, and this webinar will discuss ways to integrate the iPad into their learning environment.more...
App Attack: Special Needs
Did you know that the iPad has built in features for Special Needs students?more...
What are Positive Behavior Plans and How Do You Create One?
Has a student ever come into your class with an established Positive Behavior Plan in place?more...
iPad Apps for Special Ed: Reading, Math, Social, and Fine Motor Skills
Are you a special education teacher with an iPad, but aren't sure what to do next?more...
iPad Apps for Special Ed: Reading, Math, Speech, and Behavior
While iPads and iPad apps can be engaging and aid in instruction in almost any classroom, they can be especially useful in the Special Ed classroom.more...
Increase Your Effectiveness with Struggling Elementary and Special Needs Readers
Catching falling readers and writers is huge challenge that requires skill, understanding, and hard work.more...
Augmentative and Alternative Communication iPad Apps for Special Needs
The iPad has opened up a whole new world for students with significant disabilities - allowing many of them to communicate and interact like never before.more...
Engaging Falling Writers
Many elementary students come to us with some ideas and some skills for writing, but they just cannot seem to engage in the process of writing.more...
Interactive Math and Science Resources for Special Education
Finding a well-rounded assortment of Math and Science resources to meet the needs of diverse learners is not always easy.more...
Using iPad Apps to Meet IEP Goals in Special Ed
While having well-thought-out Individualized Education Plan (IEP) goals can positively impact special needs students' learning outcomes, meeting those goals can often be challenging.more...
Content Creation: iPad Apps for the Special Needs Classroom
The latest version of the iPad is equipped with a camera capable of capturing both high resolution images and video.more...
Using iBooks Author with a Focus on Accessibility and Diverse Needs
Are you trying to reach students with diverse learning styles or special needs?more...
30 Behavior Strategies for the K-5 Special Ed Classroom
Are your behavior strategies not working, or are you tired of using the same reinforcement tactics over and over?more...
Cultivate Creativity and Critical Thinking of Gifted Students with Problem-Based Learning
Are you looking for ways to stretch the thinking of your gifted students?more...
30 Tips and Tricks to Help Students with Fine Motor Skills
Are your students having trouble with fine motor tasks?more...
Empowering All Students: iPads in Special Needs Classrooms
The iPad has the ability to work wonders with Special Needs students.more...
Interactive Whiteboard Activities for Your Special Ed Students!
Have you struggled to find the appropriate websites and interactive whiteboard (IWB) activities for your special ed students?more...
Implementing UDL in the Special Needs Classroom with iPad Apps
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a set of principles for curriculum development that give all individuals equal opportunities to learn.more...
Easy Data Collection and Note Taking: Tech Tools and Tips for Special Ed Teachers
Do you struggle to keep up with daily data collection and note taking in your special ed classroom?more...
From Enhancement to Transformation: Using the SAMR Model and iPad Apps to Empower All Learners
The iPad not only provides built-in accessibility options for people with a wide range of special needs, but also supports a growing collection of apps that complement these accessibility features.more...
Support Learning for All Students: Exploring the UDL Guidelines
Would you like to ensure that you reach ALL students with your lesson plans?more...
Teaching Creative Problem Solving to Gifted Students
Are you looking for ways to channel the creativity and focus the thoughts of your gifted students as you teach them creative problem solving?more...
Mobile Learning for All: Using QR Codes to Benefit All Learners
Would you like an easy way for your students to access and interact with online information?more...
Free Accessibility Tools for Students with Visual or Auditory Needs
Do you have any students with visual or auditory needs?more...
Free Apps to Support Integrated Co-teaching with General and Special Needs Students
While Integrated Co-Teaching (ICT) in a mixed classroom of general and special needs students is typically beneficial to all students, it can also provide a unique set of challenges.more...
Technology Resources for Students with Communication Needs
When students with communication needs are struggling to communicate, it can be particularly difficult, but technology can go a long way in assisting both the students and their teachers.more...
Strategies and Tools to Help Develop Social Skills in Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder frequently share unique characteristics and can present distinct challenges.more...
Using Mobile Devices to Engage K-5 Gifted Students and Meet Common Core Standards
Keeping gifted students engaged and enthusiastic while helping them do quality work and reach their fullest potential can be challenging.more...
20 Strategies for More Productive IEP Meetings
Because of their very nature, and despite the best of intentions, Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings can be intimidating and fraught with stress and confusion for some.more...
Free Resources to Differentiate Instruction and Meet the Needs of Gifted Learners
Gifted learners have special learning needs in their particular area(s) of giftedness.more...
Rigor for Special Needs Students: Implementing Common Core Standards
Common Core standards are complex and rigorous for most students, but this is especially true for those students with exceptionalities.more...
Access Skills Required for Special Needs Students to Meet Common Core
While it may be challenging for many special needs students to meet Common Core standards, there are skills identified as connectors to the Common Core standards that can help remove barriers to learning and promote independence.more...
Transitioning to College: Building a Technology Toolkit
Having, and knowing how to use, the correct technology tools can make the transition to higher education a bit easier.more...
Transitioning to College: Developing a Growth Mindset
The transition from high school to college can be a challenging time for any student.more...
The Parent Protocol: A Plan for Talking about Sensitive Issues with Parents
Teachers and parents alike often approach conferences with apprehension or nervous fear, especially if problems or difficult issues need to be discussed.more...
Special Education Laws: A Brief Overview
There are so many national, state, and local laws regarding special education and special needs students that it can often be hard to keep all of the legal aspects straight.more...
Using the Accessibility Features in Chromebooks to Support Diverse Learners
Are you curious about how Chromebooks can support diverse learners in your classroom?more...
Relinquishing Control: How to Make Gifted Students Responsible for Their Learning
As teachers, many of us like having control over everything that happens in our classrooms; however, in maintaining that control, we've also taken away a lot of the responsibility for learning from our students.more...
From Enhancement to Transformation: Using the SAMR Model and iPad Apps to Empower All Learners
The iPad not only provides built-in accessibility options for people with a wide range of special needs, but also supports a growing collection of apps that complement these accessibility features.more...
Free Accessibility Tools for Students with Visual or Auditory Needs
Do you have any students with visual or auditory needs?more...
15 Ways Google Hangouts Can Take the Isolation Out of Special Education
Do you sometimes feel as though you or your special education students are isolated from others?more...
Assistive Technology Tools for Struggling Students
Do you have students who struggle to keep up with note taking because of their handwriting or other disabilities?more...
Assistive Technologies for Students Diagnosed with Communication Disorders
There are many different types of assistive technologies and augmentative and alternative communication devices available for students who have been diagnosed with communication disorders.more...
Tech Tools to Help Students with Dyslexia
Chances are good that one or more students in your classroom suffer from dyslexia in varying degrees.more...
Using Social Stories to Improve Behavior, Social Skills, and More!
Would you like to help your students learn how to behave or cope in certain situations?more...
Reading and Writing Supports for All Learners using UDL and Google Tools
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework for designing flexible learning environments that are more responsive to the needs of our increasingly diverse learners.more...
5 Things Successful Teachers Do Differently Working with IEPs
Working with students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) can be challenging and sometimes stressful.more...
Using iPads for Executive Functioning: Help All Students Plan, Focus, Manage Tasks, and More!
Executive functioning refers to the skills that enable us to plan, focus our attention, remember instructions, and manage multiple tasks successfully in order to accomplish a goal.more...
Top 10 Apps for Children with Autism
Mobile devices and apps often work well to engage students in the autism spectrum, but with so many apps on the market, it can be difficult to find just the right app for your child or student.more...
Using Technology in the Special Ed Setting for Voice, Choice, and Rigor
The Special Education classroom should be the place in the building that offers the most support and accommodations to a learner's needs.more...
Making Curriculum Materials Accessible for All Students: An Overview of AIM
Students with print disabilities are frequently at a disadvantage when curriculum materials are not provided in a format they can access and use.more...
Literacy Strategies for Gifted Readers
Do you ever find it challenging to keep your advanced and gifted readers engaged and excited about reading materials, assignments, and goals?more...
Raising Readers: Promoting Literacy Development at Home
Studies show that parental involvement is highly correlated with student success, but convincing a reluctant, struggling, or discouraged reader to read outside of the school day is often difficult.more...

Reviews (2)

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Learning programs are great. They help us to see things from a different prospective, and help us to support our students with all their needs.
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in This video "Assistive Technology for Students Diagnosed with Communication Disorders", the audio was bad.
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