TeacherCertification.com, Article

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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.

AFIRM: Supporting Individuals with Autism Through Uncertain Times

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This extensive article was written at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. It provides 7 online learning tools and tips for the parents and teachers of children with autism, along with resources that may help them in their remote education experience.

Emotional ABCs

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A Social Emotional Learning (SEL) program for children aged 4-11 that is free with registration for full-time teachers at brick-and-mortar public and private schools. The program gives kids practical tools for dealing with impulse control, frustration, and acting out. Emotional ABCs teaches children how to figure out what they’re feeling, why they’re experiencing that emotion, and how to make better choices for lifetime emotional resilience. Includes a curriculum of videos and 100+ online and offline activities, divided into 10 units.

Common Sense Education | YouTube

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Common Sense Education’s YouTube channel provides educational resources for teaching online and offline, and focuses on digital literacy and safety for students. Some videos are meant to be shown to students, and others are for teachers’ professional development.