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This guide, from The Advocacy Institute and the Children's Law Clinic at Duke Law School, helps families and advocates navigate the process of mediation and resolution sessions in special education. It includes information on terms, mediation vs. resolution session, preparation, negotiation, communication tips, and resources.

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Administrators have an important role in leading staff in considering, documenting, and implementing assistive technology (AT). This handout provides recommendations for administrators to guide the AT consideration process. This resource was created for PACER Center’s Technology to Improve Kids’ Educational Success (TIKES) project. http://www.pacer.org/stc/tikes...

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Part of the Wisconsin Response to Intervention (RtI) Center, this presentation addresses research on the use of visual representations in interventions. Presenters Dina Mendola (Math Recovery coach) and Jamie Neary (Cudahy SD teacher) share strategies for using multiple representations to build student understanding and fluency with whole and rational numbers....

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Video modeling is frequentely used for training individuals with ASD to learn social and academic skills. These videos are often prepared and produced by either researchers or teachers. This study investigated whether, after receiving training, mothers of students in the ASD spectrum could produce video modeling, and whether those videos...

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Developed by a mother of twins with autism, the Gemiini is a web-based program using the Discrete Video Modeling (DVM) technique. DVM promotes the use and repetition of small bits of information to develop language, reading and social skills for individuals on the ASD and Down Syndrome. Available on a...

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In this article, Melissa Herzig, Ed.D., VL2 Manager and cofounder and associate director of the new PhD program in educational neuroscience at Gallaudet University, discusses the importance of exposing deaf/hard of hearing students to bilingual education and how technology can help develop strong bilingual literacy skills.

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Written by Jamie Martin, Assistive Technology Consultant, this short article emphasizes the basic categories of assistive technologies available for students with dyslexia.

Link: https://www.noodle.com/articles/assistive-tech-basics-for-students-with-dyslexia

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Produced by the New Zealand Ministry of Education, this short video emphasizes the use of technology to assist students with dyslexia achieve academic success.

Link: Having dyslexia – how teachers can help

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Produced by the Disability Services Office at NC State University, this informational video explains the transition process to post-secondary education. Featuring 2 students with learning disabilities, the video explains the difference between accommodations in college and in high school and provides information on the importance of understanding one's disability. The...

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Online learning is now pervasive in many school systems. Little is known however about how students with disabilities fare when using this educational modality. This summary gathers together policies/guidance used in seven states (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Michigan, North Carolina and Virginia) that either require online experience as part of...

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