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15 top special education blogs

Special education resources are in high demand, and while each student with special needs is different, special education teachers and support staff benefit from sharing best practices and strategies. Technology enables…

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New app helps students with special needs

"I want chicken nuggets." Those were the first words Cassie Banda-Garcia's parents Jojo and Sofia Garcia could clearly hear her say.…

Using tablets to reach kids with autism

Two 5-year-old boys, one with autism, were having some friendly playtime when they had a communication breakdown, CNN reports. One boy didn't respond to the other and walked away. The…

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Myths and facts about online speech therapy

Online learning extends educational opportunities to a number of different student groups, and those needing special interventions are able to benefit from expanded learning opportunities, too. One fast-growing online intervention is…

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Ten things your student with autism wishes you knew

Here are ten things your student with autism wishes you knew: 1. Behavior is communication. All behavior occurs for a reason. It tells you, even when my words can’t, how I…

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3 advances in special education instruction

Advances in educational technology make it possible for educators to tailor their instruction for students with special needs. These technologies, including online speech therapy and platforms to align goals in a…

The role of assessments in special education

Last year one of my students, Darren, made tremendous gains in math, the Huffington Post reports. Our entire Special Education team felt that he was ready to move from a…

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New Common Core resource aids students with special needs

One of the best non-profits for the advancement of education technology has developed a new, free Common Core website for educators that offers customizable resources to improve teaching and learning…

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How an iPad can overcome ‘print disabled’ curriculum

One of the signature findings of the cognitive revolution of mind, brain and education research over the last few decades has been the overwhelming recognition of the tremendous diversity of…

5 steps to maximize iPads for students with autism

Classrooms across the country are dotted with iPads on desks, in students' hands, and in hallways. Recently, a special education expert offered five insights into how the iPad can be…

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