To help students with invisible disabilities, recognize related behavior, discover whether there's a diagnosis, respect their privacy, and make learning accommodations.
Students with special needs and neurological differences can benefit from the hands-on process, experimental nature, and visible results of maker education.
The perception and treatment of dyslexia is shifting from a symptom-based reaction to a neurological-based understanding of what is primarily an auditory disorder.
Looking for resources to help understand and address learning differences in the classroom? This collection of videos and resources offers strategies teachers can use to reach all students in an inclusive environment.
Research shows that students with ADHD can concentrate better when they're allowed to fidget.
Research shows the benefits of theatre programs for students with autism.
Steps you can take to foster greater productivity, order, and calm for these learners.
A Connecticut superintendent put teachers and students at the forefront of all decisions and transformed a district.
A multipronged approach to improving services for students with special needs.
Imagine a safe space where students with autism can go to calm their bodies and then get back to the business of learning.
Autism can be confused with misbehavior. Here are three autism behaviors to look out for and tips on how to respond to them.
A lawyer breaks down the jargon around the recent Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District ruling and shows how it benefits students.
Tips for both parents and teachers to improve collaboration around creating individualized education programs.
In order to accommodate students with dyslexia, general education teachers must understand what the condition is and what alternate means work best for accessing information.
Patrick Wilson, CEO of The Tutor Crowd, presents four basic points that all educators should understand before working with a dyslexic student.
Veteran special ed teacher Marisa Kaplan shares the challenges and rewards of co-teaching, including the fun of having another adult in the classroom.
From voice-activated software to customized laptops, tech is changing the way disabled students communicate, learn, and play.
A discussion on the many types of assistive technology tools that are available for children with disabilities.
Children with Attention Deficit Disorder can benefit from targeted mindfulness exercises to help make them aware of their reactions, decisions, emotional regulation, and self-control.
It's important for educators to examine their own biases so they connect more deeply with each child in their classrooms.