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Free Tools on Intensive Intervention: See National Center's Sample Lessons, Webinars, Expert Videos


The National Center for Intensive Instruction (NCII) is out with free resources for improving teaching and learning for students who face severe educational and behavior challenges. Information also is included here on free accessible learning materials for eligible students with Individualized Education Program plans who have a print disability. 

Highlights  Among the free offerings in the NCII collection are:

NCII is housed at the American Institutes for Research. The work involves many databased individualization (DBI) experts. Funding comes from the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Special Education Programs and is part of a Technical Assistance and Dissemination Network.

Other Publications  Also find research articles and briefs from a variety of sources. For resource updates, follow NCII on Twitter @TheNCII and on the YouTube Channel.

We Are AIM-VA  Accessible educational materials (AEM) help to create access to the curriculum for students with dyslexia, learning disabilities, vision or physical challenges, and others. A federally funded AEM program in every state assures that books in alternative formats are provided free of charge to eligible students with disabilities whose education teams take action. The AEM program operates under a legal exception to federal copyright law. Check out the AIM-VA home page to learn more about eligibility in Virginia. In other states, contact a special education teacher, a school administrator or download a list of AEM state contacts.External Link to AEM state contacts (New Window).

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