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Don't Forget About Me: Tips for Designing Online Learning for IEP Students

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Teaching online is much more than understanding how to use technology it requires a lot of work, planning, and preparation to make the transition. This is especially true for teachers who are supporting students with disabilities. Whether you are 100% online, or a blended classroom, it is critically important to make sure your learning experiences designed for all learners. Join us as we explore extra considerations and practical implementations necessary for designing online learning for IEP Students.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Monday, June 1, 2020 @ 5:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Special Education , Virtual Learning
Tags: IEP, online learning

Reviews (51)

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Thank you
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So informative!
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Thank you!
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This was very helpful. All of the tips were things that can not only be used with special education students but for all.
This is all very helpful and useful. The idea that 'What is necessary for some is beneficial to all' is a mindset that all educators should embrace.
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Gather into, communicate on a routine basis, be flexible, offer variety of assignments, offer technical help when needed, and make a checklist using visuals are some of the best strategies to help students with IEP's!
I think there is some good information.
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Very informative
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Great Info! Thanks!
Great information!
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