Learn about tools that support students with disabilities and methods to find and select technologies that help all students reach their learning goals.
- Using video lessons and an instructional avatar creates an inclusive educational experience for students with autism spectrum disorders.
- Using ideas from Universal Design for Learning with all students can make classrooms more welcoming for those with learning disabilities.
- Standing two feet tall and resembling a boy, Milo the robot is helping autistic students build social skills at a school in South Carolina.
- These five easy-to-implement accommodations can make class less stressful and more manageable for students with dyslexia.
- A dyslexia specialist discusses the assistive technologies she uses to help students with dyslexia make gains in reading.
- For students with disabilities, assistive technology isn’t a nice-to-have—it’s crucial to their learning and success in school.
- Six ways to support students with dysgraphia—a learning difference that affects a person’s ability to produce written work.
- A school in South Carolina tests whether a robot can be a bridge to deeper human connection for autistic children.
- Discover websites, blog posts, articles, and videos related to understanding, selecting, and assessing assistive technology.
- Learn how one educator uses G Suite for Education to help students overcome their negative self-images and embrace learning.
- Here are nine apps to help special ed students of all ages build emotional literacy, learn self-regulation, and focus on problem solving and task planning.
- Apps can help diverse learners by gamifying their tasks, coaching them on social cues, prioritizing their time, strengthening their math skills, and sharpening their language abilities.
- Five tools for reading, writing, and time management that can help all students—not just those with learning disabilities.
- This playlist of videos and resources explores how assistive technology can contribute to an inclusive classroom and empower students with special needs.
- Autism superheroes and "talking" Bluetooth-enabled stuffed animals are among the resources for helping children on the autism spectrum understand their differences and communicate with others.