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Easy Access, Free of Charge Resources

May 8, 2019 We recently attended a useful session at the annual American Council for Rural Special Education (ACRES) conference. It was “Ideas that Work: Easy Access, Free of Charge Resources,” presented by David Emenheiser from the US Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS). David reviewed more than 25 online… Continue reading: Easy Access, Free of Charge Resources

Resource Spotlight: Taking Notes for Another Person

Nov 16, 2018  Note taking is the practice of capturing important pieces of information in a systematic way. Note taking is a commonly needed accommodation at both high school and postsecondary education levels, and in other situations requiring learning, including job sites and internships. Effective note taking for others is a skill acquired through training and… Continue reading: Resource Spotlight: Taking Notes for Another Person

Map It, an interactive program to develop self-advocacy skills

Map It: What Comes Next, is a free, online, interactive training program to develop and practice self-advocacy skills. Developed particularly for those who are deaf or hard of hearing, it is suitable for all students. A student can complete the course over a week’s time or spread it out over several weeks or months. Map It has… Continue reading: Map It, an interactive program to develop self-advocacy skills