Resources for Teachers

    • Wrights Law
      • Parents, educators, advocates, and attorneys come to Wrightslaw for accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.
    • The Classroom Kit
      • Pre-reading activities and printable activities for students.
    • Tinsnips
      • Tinsnips is a special education resource that strives to share a variety of specialized teaching tools, techniques, worksheets, and activities with teachers of students who have autistic spectrum disorders and related developmental disabilities. Many of these activities may be appropriate for Pre-K and Kindergarten children
    • SET-BC
      • PictureSET is a collection of downloadable visual supports that can be used by students for both receptive and expressive communication in the classroom, at home, and in the community. This searchable database allows you to find a wide range of useful visual supports for different curriculum areas, activities, and events. PictureSET resources are created and updated by dedicated professionals working with students in British Columbia.
    • Teaching Learners with Multiple Needs
      • Resources and ideas for teachers of learners with severe, profound, intensive, significant, complex or multiple special needs.
    • Center on Technology and Disability
      • Summaries of laws that impact the provision of assistive technology and special education services.
    • Assistive Tech
      • Information on AT devices and services as well as other community resources for people with disabilities and the general public. Can browse for information about AT tools by function, by item, and by vendor.
    • Autism Internet Modules
      • The Autism Internet Modules were developed with one aim in mind: to make comprehensive, up-to-date, and usable information on autism accessible and applicable to educators, other professionals, and families who support individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Written by experts from across the U.S., all online modules are free, and are designed to promote understanding of, respect for, and equality of persons with ASD.
    • AAC Myths Revealed
      • Increasingly the benefit of AAC is revealed through current research and personal stories. What may not be demonstrated is the process behind the success. This "AAC Myth Revealed " shares some of the issues and challenges which may need to be addressed when implementing AAC.
    • Vocabulary Questionnaire for AAC Devices
      • Vocabulary Questionnaire for AT Devices This questionnaire is designed to aid in the selection of the most important and meaningful vocabulary for students using or beginning to use an augmentative and/or alternative communication system (such as a voice output communication device or communication board). The words you choose will help the team develop a communication system that offerse more meaningful and power vocabulary.
    • Speech Generating Device Features Checklist
      • Designed to help teams with the assessment process.
    • Quality Indicators of Assistive Technology (QIAT)
      • Quality Indicators of Assistive Technology (QIAT) is a voluntary organization of AT professionals from around the world. This group is a wonderful resource when looking into the needs of students with AT needs. This site is hosted on the University of Kentucky website. Dr. Joy Zabala is the creator and moderator of the site.