Special Education Learning and Engagement
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What do your students need?

In this module we’ll explore how to prepare ourselves and our students when incorporating educational technology tools, asynchronous learning, or virtual learning components into our curriculum. After viewing the video, review the resource library below and complete the module check-in to provide your feedback.


Resource Library

National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET)

The mission of NASET is to render all possible support and assistance to professionals who teach children with special needs. Their website includes resources for educators and links to online communities such as NASET’s Special Education Teacher Group (Facebook).

Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA)

LDA’s mission is to create opportunities for success for all individuals affected by learning disabilities through support, education, and advocacy. This is achieved through the promotion of prevention and early detection, research in best practices, and advocacy. Their website includes a listing of websites and publications that will guide you to information on LD/ADHD, teaching, professionals in the field, disability rights and advocacy, and government agencies and resource centers.

Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)

The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is a professional association of educators dedicated to advancing the success of children with exceptionalities through advocacy, standards, and professional development. On their website, you can explore topics such as STEM instruction, working with families, instructional planning, and more. The CEC also offers both online and in-person professional development opportunities.


Unique Video ID: Special Education Learning and Engagement**

**The unique Video ID can be used to quickly locate a single video in the ET collection. This search function is designed to let teachers assign students to watch a specific video and have only that video appear as a search result. Just click on Search and choose “By Video ID.” Then type in the Video ID as it appears above. Be sure to include the dash.