Resources and Strategies
Web 2.0 Applications
Online Writing Tools
Many children with disabilities struggle with writing assignments in school. Whether the difficulty lies with the physical act of writing (holding a pencil, using a keyboard, forming letters), writing mechanics (grammar and spelling) or getting thoughts onto paper, the integration of web tools into the learning environment can be a great way of beginning to address some of these issues. Read more about online tools that can be used to make writing activities more accessible for all students.
CAST UDL Lesson Builder
The Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST) website hosts a Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Lesson Builder that provides educators with models and tools to create and adapt lessons to increase access and participation in the general education curriculum for all students. To find out more CAST and its lesson builder, check out: http://lessonbuilder.cast.org/