Rachel Wise, licensed behavior specialist and certified school psychologist shares the pros and cons of online learning after her experience in both settings.
Emma and Egor started producing soclall-emotional sign language resources for all children in 2017. They originally created the books for Emma’s daughter who has a hearing impairment. These tools can be helpful for children with and without hearing impairments. May be helpful for children with variety of special needs.
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The Pride Reading Program uses a multi-sensory approach based on Orton Gillinham to support students with speech/language needs, dyslexia, and processing challenges.
Here is a true story from inspirational early-childhood educator, Nancy Howson, that encourages us to aim higher, believe more, and assume the best in all of our kids!! This story is republished with author permission from ExamHealth.Seven years ago I sat in a room with my co-workers as they briefed me about the children who would be coming into my …
Working in both cyber and brink & mortar settings, a school psychologist shares 28 possible accommodations and modifications for cyber school students.
Quick math tips; beneficial for any student who wants to improve math skills.
Use mini-schedules to help your child be cooperative and confident as they crush their goals and go through their day.
Fun hands-on learning materials (and ideas) for elementary math skills (Counting, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Time & Money)
Fun hands-on activities to teacher basic reading (phonics, sight words, decoding)
This article provides the information from the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act regarding IEP and 504 Plan services during COVID-19.
Research-based academic strategies to teach students on the autism spectrum
Try these research-based math problem solving strategies with you child or students.
Check out these research-based strategies to help your child or student with reading fluency.
This research-based article gives you effective strategies to support kids with challenging behaviors!
Experience and research helps us understand the benefits of hands-on learning for children. Find out more with research links and concrete examples.
This comprehensive research-based program (Corrective Reading) has been found to be effective for students with learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, and autism spectrum disorder.
The art of beading is about so much more than creating beautiful pieces of jewelry or home décor. In addition to being an enjoyable hobby that is appropriate for people of all ages, beading has therapeutic benefits. Bead therapy is used in hospitals, clinics and other settings to help both kids and adults in numerous ways. While crafts like beading …
Research-based information and tips to help children with ADHD symptoms. Causes, suggestions, and treatment options discussed.
Research demonstrates the benefits of teaching children through a variety of senses (multi-sensory/hands-on learning), which allows children to absorb information through sight, sounds, movement, and touch! In multi-sensory learning, children are active and doing something rather than just sitting passively trying to remember what their teacher is teaching them. “If I can do it, I can understand it.” Related Article: …
Reading Eggs is a research-based program, which can be used at home or in school, to help children improve their reading skills in the areas of word reading and comprehension. Reading Eggs is administered through the use of “easy to follow” online games and activities. This effective reading program makes learning to read fun, interactive, and rewarding for children ages 2–13. …