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Executive Function

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A blog about: Access, Technology and Communication options for the Disabled Population through the use of technology.
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Featured Videos - National Parent Center on Transition and Employment

Featured Videos - National Parent Center on Transition and Employment | Supporting Diverse Learners | Scoop.it
Featured Videos from the National Parent Center on Transition and Employment
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Progressive Time Delay

Progressive Time Delay | Supporting Diverse Learners | Scoop.it
 Progressive Time Delay Overview Progressive Time Delay (PTD) is a procedure designed to result in errorless (or near-errorless) learning of skills by children with and without disabilities. When u…
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Academic Progress Monitoring | National Center on Intensive Intervention

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Video Series: Assistive Technology in Action - National Parent Center on Transition and Employment

Video Series: Assistive Technology in Action - National Parent Center on Transition and Employment | Supporting Diverse Learners | Scoop.it
Assistive Technology (AT) devices can be highly effective tools to help individuals with disabilities participate fully in school, at home, and in the community. PACER’s Simon Technology Center and the Family Center on Technology and Disability (FCTD) have released the new video series “AT in Action” to raise awareness of available devices. The videos offer real-world examples of how innovative AT is making a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities.
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Think, Pair, Share Cooperative Learning Strategy: for Teachers (Grades K-12)

Think, Pair, Share Cooperative Learning Strategy:  for Teachers (Grades K-12) | Supporting Diverse Learners | Scoop.it
The think, pair, share strategy is a cooperative learning technique in which students think through questions using three distinct steps, encouraging individual participation
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Can people with an intellectual disability learn to read?

Can people with an intellectual disability learn to read? | Supporting Diverse Learners | Scoop.it
NIFDI - National Institute for Direct Instruction
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SDE: Assistive Technology and Educational Transition

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Assistive Technology and Educational Transition Abstract: Back to Contents | Printable version (PDF) Chapter contents AT and Postsecondary Transition AT and Self-DeterminationAssistive Technology and Educational Transition AT should be considered a significant aspect of planning for transition (i.e., moving from one place or service to another: from B-3 to preschool; from preschool to elementary school; from elementary school to middle school; from middle school to high school; and from high school to postsecondary activities)
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An Interview with Dr. Judy Willis

An Interview with Dr. Judy Willis | Supporting Diverse Learners | Scoop.it
An interview with Dr. Judy Willis, a classroom teacher turned neurologist and neuroeducation consultant.
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Standardized Tests and Students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder

Standardized tests can include a variety of tasks designed to garner knowledge about an individual or group�s knowledge, abilities or other traits.
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Data-Based Individualization: A Framework for Intensive Intervention | National Center on Intensive Intervention

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At a Glance: Classroom Accommodations for Slow Processing Speed

Slow processing speed can impact learning at all stages. Find out how teachers can help your child in the classroom. Get ideas for classroom accommodations.
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Categories of Disability Under IDEA | Center for Parent Information and Resources

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Video Topic Listing - National Parent Center on Transition and Employment

Video Topic Listing - National Parent Center on Transition and Employment | Supporting Diverse Learners | Scoop.it
Video Topic Listing from the National Parent Center on Transition and Employment
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Task analysis: Teaching multistep skills made easy | Virginia Commonwealth University Training and Technical Assistance Center Newsletter

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Special Education Program Areas

Special Education Program Areas | Supporting Diverse Learners | Scoop.it
Autism Deafblind Emotional Behavioral Disability Hearing Intellectual Disability Other Health Impairment
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When we design for disability, we all benefit (TEDx)—Exceptional Lives

When we design for disability, we all benefit (TEDx)—Exceptional Lives | Supporting Diverse Learners | Scoop.it
Universal Design has benefited the greater public for decades. Elise Roy shares about design thinking & its effects on the disabilities community.
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Sensory Solutions in the Classroom for the Kid Who Cannot Sit Still - Special-ism

Sensory Solutions in the Classroom for the Kid Who Cannot Sit Still - Special-ism | Supporting Diverse Learners | Scoop.it
For the child who needs and seeks out movement, being in a classroom can often be a struggle. Check out these classroom sensory solutions >>> 
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