EducatingAllLearners.org creates a hub of curated tools, strategies, tips, and best practices for supporting students with disabilities online. Our goal is to both curate and create special education resources for educators to serve students who…
Looking for some help supporting learning at home? Check out the module on Writing with Alternate Pencils at the following link. Learn how to get students writing when they cannot use a traditional pencil, pen, or computer keyboard.
Did you complete the module on Composing, Decomposing, and Comparing Numbers? Check out this Pinterest board for more ideas.
Looking for some help supporting learning at home? Check out the module on Composing, Decomposing, and Comparing Numbers at the following link. Learn some ways to help students learn concepts that will help them with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Did you complete the module on Predictable Chart Writing? Learn more about using this strategy with beginning communicators at Project Core.
This curated list of resources from NYC Schools are designed to support your child when at home.
You will find social stories, visual aids, at home tips for speech, occupational therapy, and physical therapy at the following link.
Looking for some help supporting learning at home? Check out this Predictable Chart Writing module and learn about a shared writing activity for students who are learning to read and write.
Did you complete the module on Ten-Frames? Check out the Pinterest board for more ideas on using ten-frames.
The Power of Ten-Frames
Accessible Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Systems (ATLAS) leaders Meagan Karvonen and Amy Clark recently published an article in an Educational Assessment special issue describing the validation approach used with the Dynamic Learning Maps®…
Jake Thompson, Amy Clark, and Brooke Nash, members of Dynamic Learning Maps® (DLM®) staff, recently published an article exploring a method for estimating reliability at multiple levels of reporting for diagnostic mastery classifications. Drs.