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"Special Education Resources on the Internet (SERI) is a collection of Internet accessible information resources of interest to those involved in the fields related to special education." This is a particularly interesting site because it contain links to a wide variety of other sites such as: Products & Commercial sites, Legal...
"Special Education Resources on the Internet (SERI) is a collection of Internet accessible information resources of interest to those involved in the fields related to special education." This is a particularly interesting site because it contain links to a wide variety of other sites such as: Products & Commercial sites, Legal and Law Resources, Discussion Groups, Medicine and Health, Inclusion, and information on specific disabilities to name a few.
As a special education teacher, I have found multiple resources on this site relating to all the different needs of my current students. The extensive amount of websites listed are so helpful when dealing with multiple disabilities in a classroom. It is helpful to have so many resources available all in one place.
Although some of the links are not found, most of the pages are in working order. Each page has its own strengths.
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12 years ago
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13 years ago
This is one of the sites I often refer students to who are just beginning to take coursework for their special education credentials. At first glance, it seems to just be a listing of links to different subject areas. Because it is continually updated and linked to some outstanding sites, it becomes a very valuable tool. Sites are categorized by disability area and by different types of available resources.
Each site that is linked to this site has its own technical requirements.