Learning Exercises

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Students will develop an outline of their own School-to-Work project modeled after the previously funded program profiles... see more

Individualized Transition Plans (ITPs) are now required for students who have IEPs ages 14 and up. Goals need to be... see more

LD OnLine includes a section where experts in the field are asked to participate in online chats. Each chat focuses on a... see more

This website details seven areas under "Characteristics Associated with Autism": 1) Impairments in Communication, 2)... see more

This website is primarily designed for use by parents, by others can gain a great deal of information from its contents.... see more

Being able to locate information online is an invaluable way to keep current as a classroom teacher. Course: Moderate... see more

Gain knowledge and share information with other teachers around the country who work with students with learning... see more

Students will have the opportunity of beginning a resource file of assistive technology information for students with... see more

The main piece of special education legislation, IDEA, is often cumbersome to discuss with parents. This assignment... see more

This assignment requires students to critically analyze the Meyer and Rose text. Course: Special Education Teaching... see more

The Jason Project was designed for students without disabilities. Learning to adapt standard materials is a key component... see more

Knowing how to explore websites for the key information you need is a necessary skill for today's special education... see more

This section of the LD OnLine website provides numerous articles on topics within the field of learning disabilities.... see more