Free STEM Resources: Visual Strategies, Digital Learning Enliven Science Content, Maker Spaces

These free resources focus on STEM, visual strategies, digital learning and accessibility.

Experts Share Insights on Diagnosing, Supporting, Creating Accessible Expert Learning for Dyslexics

Can these reflections on essential instruction, accessibility, and expert learning shape instruction for students with dyslexia?

New! "Dyslexic Advantage" Interactive Newsletter Brings A "Strengths" Focus to Dyslexia

A premium membership is required. Readers get an online publication that builds understanding about dyslexia.

Alleviating the Special Education Teacher Shortage: The Long Story Examined in Under Two Minutes

Special ed shortages are not new. Researchers propose remedies that involve collaboration from leaders to teachers.

"Pokémon GO" Heats Up Summer: A Great Op for Librarians to Promote Accessible Pokémon Books

Pokémon Go's popularity offers librarians a chance to inclusive of formats that support students with print disabilities.

July 19 is Jerry Pinkney Day! He Is A Favorite Role Model for Dyslexia + Achievement in The Arts

Author/illustrator Jerry Pinkney is a role model who connects dyslexia to his many achievements that span five decades.

Check Out Disability.gov's Collected Resources on Accessible Learning, Teaching, Accommodations

Information about learning, accommodations, teaching strategies and bullying prevention are now at hand.

Be Inclusive! Download A Free "Person First" Guide from the Council for Exceptional Children

Add this free guidance on person-first etiquette to staff development activities when school resumes.

Savvy Listeners: Audio Formats Grow So Learners Hear Scary Grimm's Fairy Tales Their Way

Great narrators, learning supports, free editions are options that can engage students with audiobooks.

U.S. Ed Department Debuts The #GoOpen "District Launch Packet" with A Nod to Accessibility

Guidance for schools is out on abandoning inflexible, static text in print for resources that are openly licensed.

Follow our blog to learn more about accessible materials and how to use them successfully with students who have reading disabilities in Virginia.


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