How Teachers Can Support Special Education Students in Online Learning

Meeting the widely varying needs of students on IEPs, 504 plans, and receiving other special education services is a particular challenge for educators navigating the shift to online learning in the wake of COVID-19 school closures. Just as in brick-and-mortar special education classrooms, the key to success is creativity, flexibility, and above all, personal relationships.

In this recorded panel webinar plus attendee Q&A session, learn about effective strategies and concrete solutions to help these exceptional students be successful in the online environment.

This is a previously recorded webinar from Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

Our OnDemand recordings are not eligible for CEUs.

"This was SO helpful. I have ideas to take back to my facilitators."
- Diana O, live attendee

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Here are a few other resources you might want to check out!

E-Learning Resource Page: A Variety of tools and resources designed to help support administrators and teachers during school closures

Guide to Extending Learning During School Closures: Tips and resources for building and implementing an e-learning plan

K-12 Printable Worksheet Bundles: Grade-specific worksheet bundles with a variety of student activities covering math, ELA, and science

Lesson Plan Bundles: Math and ELA lesson plan bundles that offer additional printable student activities and practice worksheets

Printable Gratitude Cards: During times like these, it doesn't hurt to spread a little extra love and say 'Thank You' to your local nurses, doctors, delivery personnel, and grocers!


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