How Teachers Can Support Special Education Students in Online Learning

Due to high demand, registration for this live event is now closed. Fill out the form to be emailed the recording within 24 hours after the live event.

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

Tuesday, March 31, 2020
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Central Time

Due to high demand, registration for this live webinar is now closed. Fill out the form below to be emailed the recording.

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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