- AT / IT Recordings
- AT / IT Resources
- Deaf / Hard-of-Hearing
- Google Classroom
- Microsoft Teams
- Visually Impaired
Learning Ally introductory video
Learning Ally website
Newsela: From now until the end of the school year, any teacher that needs it can freely access Newsela’s full suite of products to assist with their learning continuity plans. Frequent professional learning resources to help teachers develop their mastery of distance learning techniques are also being offered. Check out their site!.
ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY / INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY (AT/IT) RESOURCES
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
ADDitudeMag.com Parent Page
FUN and EDUCATIONAL WEBSITES
ABC YA - Practice math and reading skills all while playing games.
CPALMS: A source for every course taught in Florida.
FloridaStudents.org: A free source for all basic courses (English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies) taught in Florida.
Fun Brain - Play games while practicing math and reading skills.
Highlight Kids - Read, play games and conduct cool science experiments!
Into the Book - Go "into the book" to play games that practice reading strategies!
Nat Geo for Kids - Learn all about geography and fascinating animals.
PBS Kids - Hang out with your favorite characters all while learning.
Star Fall - Practice your phonics skills with these read-along stories.
Storyline Online - Have some of your favorite stories read to you by movie stars!
Switcheroo Zoo - Watch, listen and play games to learn all about amazing animals!
Suessville - Read, play games and hang out with Dr. Seuss and his friend.
VROOM: A free brain-builder app for children up to five years of age. Tips of the day can be sent to your phone; lots of information on how to embed learning in everyday activities. WELL WORTH your time if you have little ones at home!
We Are Teachers: 130+ free online learning resources to enhance virtual instruction
WSRE-TV 23 will be airing educational programming for preK-grade 12 students, from 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., during the Covid-19 shutdown. Click this link to see what might be right for you!
PREKINDERGARTEN STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
ABC Ya: Preschool Learning Games
Parent Involvement from the Technical Assistance and Training System (TATS)
Parent Practice Guides for Developing Early Literacy in Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers: These guides make it easier for young children with disabilities to participate in early literacy learning activities. Written for both parents and practitioners, the practice guides describe everyday home, community, and childcare learning opportunities that encourage early literacy learning.
Florida Department of Education Resource List: Includes free internet access options
Booksource Banter.com A listing of remote teaching resources for educators at every grade.
Dyslexia workshop for families: Please see the "Training for Families" link under Family Resources tab.
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL RESOURCES
Do2Learn.com: Social Skill/Behavior Management
PBSkids.org: Social skills lessons
NIMH: National Institutes of Mental Health resources
Social-Emotional: Free online social-emotional lessons during COVID-19 school closures.
AAC Use: Autism Using a device in the home
Speech Therapy Resources: Twenty five-minute therapies that can easily be done at home.
Stuttering Help: Stuttering therapy
SUPPORTING VIRTUAL INSTRUCTION (for webinar opportunities, please see "Online Training" under the Educator Resources Tab.
Parent and Family Digital Learning Guide
VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP LINKS
Click here: Field trips with no permission slips required!
Collaborative Teaching Tip Sheet: With shifts to virtual instruction, teachers in collaborative partnerships will likely encounter challenges in providing co-teaching or support facilitation models to students with disabilities. This Tip Sheet provides a framework to assist teachers in making adjustments to their instruction to continue collaborative efforts.
FlipGrid: Flipgrid is 100% free for all educators, learners, and families. Engage and empower every voice in your classroom or at home by recording and sharing short, awesome videos together!
Otis for Educators: OTIS is offering free professional development for educators and teachers and they have a series of webinars for Remote learning. This includes, but not limited to SMART Learning Suite Online, Google, and Microsoft Teams.
Team+: The Team+ System offers you and your students a free step-by-step team development process to support your group projects. A complete online group learning platform, Team+ supports "teamwork from a distance" with a highly structured process that creates synergy among students and optimizes team performance. Team+ includes self-assessments, peer evaluations, and team building activities that develop soft skills, reduce team conflict, increase collaboration, and encourage participation from all team members.
DEAF / HARD-of-HEARING RESOURCES
Georgia Center or Accessible Technology in Sign (CATS): Sign dictionary and resources
Signing Time (dictionary)
Texas Deaf/HH Services: Virtual activities for teachers and families
Google Classroom Resources
Online Etiquette Guides