DeCoste Writing Protocol
Making eLearning Accessible
Google for Education
Learning is For Life
Dyslexia & Dysgraphia
In this global crisis, everyone has a role to play. As some of the most vulnerable students head home for eLearning, our role is to put our tools to work—helping students access learning so they don’t miss a beat.
(for students with IEPs, 504 plans, ELL needs)
Help students access eLearning with learning tools and reading/writing accommodations—from anywhere. Request free access for practitioners, schools, and districts.
(put learning tools to work, in the best way possible)
Free Learning Academy, videos, and resources help implement learning tools and accommodations in eLearning environments.
(for students with complex needs including autism)
Teaching resources for self-contained and autism classrooms to deploy from anywhere. Free materials provide over a month of content.
During this time of crisis, we’ve made available TWO free Readtopia thematic units—one appropriate for late elementary and the other appropriate for middle and high school (each with at least a month of materials). You can access and start RIGHT NOW. Each unit provides four weeks of content—all accessible from a central website. It’s a great place to start for both teachers new to Readtopia and for parents beginning instruction at home.
Free Thematic Units include:
Each unit provides four weeks of content—all accessible from a central website. It’s a great place to start for both teachers new to Readtopia and for parents beginning instruction at home.
Supporting Students with Complex Needs at Home— Guidance for Teachers and Parents
Caroline Musselwhite Ed.D. CCC/SLP
How to Support Writing at Home for Students-with Complex Needs
Kelly Fonner, M.S.
eLearning Instruction for Students with Complex Needs. It Looks Like This!