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A comprehensive guide for developing strategies to effectively teach students with learning disabilities in an online setting. This article contains a discussion of specific learning disabilities, how teachers can enact accommodations and individual education plans, tips on different assistive technology, software, and websites to enhance learning, and advice on how teachers, parents, and students can create the best online learning environment. 

TeacherCertification.com

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This website offers test prep for all state teacher certification exams, including Praxis, TExES, FTCE, CSET, and CBEST. They offer state-by-state requirements, study guides and practice tests for teacher certification exams, and detailed, up-to-date exam information, including registration deadlines, test dates, exam costs, and more.

DavisArt

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DavisArt provides art teachers with free resources for the classroom. This website provides teachers with tools to create diverse artwork that is created around different skills. For example, they have art projects that are targeted towards emotional and behavioral skills, or gross motor adaptations. This is a great way for art teachers to make their projects adapted and accessible for their students.

Education Resources from the Library of Congress

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The Library of Congress offers classroom materials and professional development to help teachers use primary sources from the Library’s vast digital collections.

MindUP

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Since 2003, MindUP has been helping children globally develop the mental fitness necessary to thrive in school and throughout their lives. The Goldie Hawn Foundation is a not-for-profit organization founded to help children develop the knowledge and tools they need to manage stress, regulate emotions and face the challenges of the 21st century with optimism, resilience, and compassion. MindUP was created in response to the global epidemic of childhood aggression, anxiety, depression, and suicide. Developed by a team of experts focusing on four pillars: neuroscience, social-emotional learning (SEL), positive psychology, and mindful awareness. MindUP’s free membership allows access to an activity resource library with newly launched get started activities, on-demand virtual events, and training courses for administrators, families, and for your own self-care.