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Free, Rich Media, Multi-Touch Experiences Energize Biology Learning for High School Students

This interactive version of E.O. Wilson's biology content is breathtaking, tied to learning standards, and free!

See How "The Economist" Flows Text, Plus 7 Free Resources for Student Variability, Accessibility

These resources are friendly, free, and gets everyone thinking accommodations and learner preferences.

Start Here! These Bullying Prevention Resources Are Inclusive of Students with Disabilities

PACER Center adds new ideas, materials, and activities for Bullying Prevention Month 2014.

Resource Roundup: More Internet Finds Are Uncovered, Compiled, Shared

Prospecting for accessible instructional materials never disappoints. Here are a few more resources to inform your instruction.

15 Sources Share Best Bets for Apps That Suit Students with Special Needs

With oodles of apps, those curated and tried with students who have special needs can be a good starting point. Good Luck.

Children's Book Week = Free Bookmark, Streamed Video Awards, Wisdom From Book Authors

AIM-VA partners have accessible books right now by "kid lit luminaries" who present 2014 children's choice awards on May 14 for best books.

"Non-Traditional" Practice Helps Students Understand Math Equivalence, Study Says

Can you lead with the sum during practice and improve math learning?

Center on Transition Innovations Is Open for Business at Virginia Commonwealth University

Evidence-based resources at a new center should help IEP teams plan a life after high school with purpose and meaning for exiting students.

3D Printing for Accessible Instruction? Why Not? It Is Affordable, Successful, Amazing!

Lowered costs, models, and resources for 3D printing help educators rock their instruction, student learning, and inclusion. Free resources.

Look Into The Future: Discover Paid Jobs on Video for Problem Solvers, Helpers, Organizers

A free treasure chest of professional videos helps job seekers see and imagine their future employment.

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