Florence Simmons

4 top remote learning strategies for students with disabilities

Engagement increased in classes where general education and special education teachers planned together and taught together.

How to promote students’ perceived sense of control

Students who have had anxiety and depression even pre-pandemic, particularly those with autism and other disabilities, may feel safer when they are given opportunities to feel in control.

Keeping students with dyslexia engaged in virtual learning

A look at interactive tools, sound production, assistive technology and more as related to distance learning and dyslexia.

5 safety measures to implement for students who can’t wear masks

Students with disabilities such as autism or medical conditions such as asthma may be unable to comply with face mask mandates. Here's what actions can be taken in these cases to help keep students and staff safe.

Paraprofessionals’ part in school reopening plans

Here are 4 actions to take in including paraprofessional staff in new school year scenarios, with at least part-time remote instruction in mind.

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