Instructional Resources & Resources for Evidence-Based Practices

The Survival Guide for New Special Education TeachersThis week’s FREE tool packs a powerful punch. It’s a list of internet resources to help you find instructional tools and information about evidence-based practices online. The web is a vast and ever-changing source of information, so you’ll want this list to help you go straight to reliable and useful websites that can enhance your teaching. Instructional resources are broken into subject categories to help you find the lesson plans, games, and learning activities you need for your subject area, and listings for evidence-based practices include short descriptions to help you evaluate your sources. We’ve done a chunk of your research for you! The list comes from the newly released second edition of our popular Survival Guide for New Special Education Teachers, a must-have handbook that will take you through the ropes of teaching in the 21st Century, from roles and responsibilities, to school culture and classroom management, to professional development.


Check Also

Write it Right: The Letter of Recommendation

We all want to give our students their best chance at attending college, and one ...

Post Your Comment Here:

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *