RESOURCES AND GUIDANCE FOR

EDUCATORS

Explore a list curated by experts of practical and actionable tools, tricks, and resources for serving the range of students who need extra support in the era of remote learning. Get the latest guidance from the US Department of Education and stay abreast of changes. If you are looking for something specific, please use the keyword search function and if you don’t find what you are looking for, please let us know - we’ll leverage our alliance to find it, provide it or create it! We will continue to grow this library to meet your needs. 

 

Please note: Alliance partners do not explicitly endorse individual content on this site but are engaged to share promising resources for the field in this new arena, and helped develop the vetting criteria and process for materials. 

Featured Resources.

This resource is an article that could be shared with families and used by educators, which discusses seven strategies to help support kids with autism during this transitional time. The bottom of the page has a downloadable pdf in multiple languages that provide concrete, actionable strategies.  Read this article. 

This resource by Michigan Virtual Learning Institute supplies educational teams with content that can provide support for the planning, implementation, and evaluation of programs and services for students with disabilities enrolled in online and blended learning environments. It includes recommendations by disability type. Read this article.

This resource provides insight into changes speech pathologists can make transitioning to teletherapy. It provides one teacher's experience and tips, vetted by Understood experts. Read this article.

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