How to Use Backward Chaining to Differentiate Instruction
Starting a student a few steps ahead can help them experience a sense of completion that might otherwise be out of reach.
8 Principles for Supporting Students with ADHD
There is so much to learn about ADHD. These broad guidelines from a leading expert are a good place to start.
How ELA and Special Ed Collaboration Can Produce Great Student Writing
Writing can be especially difficult for students with learning differences. How can ELA and special ed teachers optimize their partnership to get the best from these kids?
How to Spot Dyslexia, and What to Do Next
Learn the traits that might indicate dyslexia in students and what you can do inside and outside the classroom to better support these students.
4 Ways Microsoft is Making Learning More Accessible
Over the last few years, Microsoft has made the software we already use more accessible for people with reading difficulties, those with visual or hearing impairments, English learners, or people who simply want to customize their learning.
How General Educators Can Get More Out of IEP Meetings
Participating more actively in your students’ IEP meetings benefits the child, their parents, and you.
Co-Teaching: How to Make it Work
When done well, co-teaching offers benefits for both students and teachers. When not done well, it can be confusing or downright frustrating for all involved.
7 Systems that Work for Outside-the-Box Learners
Most teachers struggle with students whose academic performance doesn’t match their potential. When the usual approach doesn’t work, try something different.