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Special Education Toolkit

Helpful tools, resources, and strategies for working with a variety of special needs students.

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Working with special needs students can be extremely rewarding, but also very challenging. This toolkit contains webinars that explore tools, resources, strategies, and tips that are helpful when working with special education students. Discover interactive math and science resources, as well as ways to increase your effectiveness with special needs readers. In addition, you will hear clues and tips that will help you determine if you are seeing signs of dyslexia. Find out how to differentiate your instruction to meet the needs of all learners, and learn how to address learning differences in an online environment. If you are working with children with autism spectrum disorders, learn evidence-based practices for improving their education. Explore how to create Positive Behavior Plans, and discover behavior strategies that are particularly useful with younger special needs students. Explore all of this and more!


Subject: SimpleK12 Assignments
Categories: Special Education


  • Special Education Toolkit
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...
Are You Seeing Signs of Dyslexia?
Do you ever wonder if some of your struggling students might have dyslexia?more...
Autism: Evidence-Based Practices in Action
Please join us as we focus on children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.more...
Differentiated Instruction: Meeting the Needs of All Learners
Do you often struggle to meet the needs of each student in your classroom?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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...

Reviews (26)

Full Member
Great resources for newbies or a good refresher with up to date web links.
Full Member
Loved it. Got lots of good strategies to utilize and things to consider on how I approach teaching reading.
Full Member
Gave some good insights on using Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and writing IEP goals that are flexible but specific enough to provide "access" to what they are striving to achieve. I never thought of providing access to be on the road towards that goal or standard listed.
Basic Member
Good resources!
Full Member
very good series
This series of webinars are fantastic. Very helpful and informative!
Basic Member
This is a really good series of webinars. They are very helpful and informative.
Basic Member
Good series of webinars...very helpful information.
Basic Member
Very informative webinars but the differentiation segments were most helpful.
Full Member
This series is a balanced coverage of the needs for any new special ed teacher as well of giving many ideas for gen ed teachers who have students in their classroom.
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