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Making the impossible… POSSIBLE!

The use of digital materials and technology in the classroom allows students to practice these 21st century skills in the educational setting daily; building independence and preparing them for a career in the future. Incorporating digital materials and technology for learning provides opportunities for students with diverse learning styles and abilities to contribute to group activities in the inclusion classroom. These tech tools adjustably scaffold reading and writing tasks for struggling learners. Students with a disability are able to rise to a higher level of learning, becoming active learners in a group setting and building confidence and skills that are needed beyond the classroom.

Are Teaching and Learning Ducks in A Row? Not Without Accessibility! The AEM Center Can Help!

When curriculum, instruction and accessibility teams align, teaching and learning improve. Problem is that accessibility teams are few.

19 Free, Low-Cost AEM Resources: Teachers Plan Strategically for Progress for Struggling Learners

Combine free and low-cost resources with AEM eligibility and progress comes into view for struggling learners.

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

Resources from the National Center on Intensive Intervention focuses on helping the most challenged students with disabilities.

Smithsonian Learning Labs: Can Digital Images, Recordings, Texts Found Here Transform Learning?

Will the Smithsonian's new digital collections invent new ways for students to discover, create, and learn?

Free Webinar: ESSA Says Consider UDL So All Students Engage, Achieve, Show What They Know

Universal Design for Learning is encouraged in the Every Student Succeeds Act. Is an uptick in interest and implementation underway?

Free Sesame Street Resources at CEC's Annual Convention Could Ease The Challenges of Autism

Sesame Street's autism project is well underway and free resources are designed to build understanding.

Early Childhood, Assistive Tech Apps Are Great to Share During NAEYC's "Week of The Young Child"

There best bets for apps and learning strategies can open doors to learning for very young learners with disabilities.

Martin, Bugaj, More Experts on Hand to Help Teachers Individualize, Personalize Instruction

It is easy to boast about Virginia's efforts to improve instruction and close achievement gaps for students with disabilities.

Our Readers Pick! Accessible Ed Materials A Clear Choice When Inaccessible Digital Text Fails

Our top ten stories for the quarter are about accessible learning options and individuals young and old who advocate for them.

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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