Special Education Websites

Special education websites to help support student learning.
Special education websites to help support student learning.

The changes in Special Education has created a need for teachers and parents to find resources to help kids be successful. Although I have separated the websites into Teacher Resources and Parent Resources, many resources can be valuable to both groups.  

Websites for Teachers

  • What Works Clearinghouse (http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/)
    Research on all areas of education to help teachers make evidence-based decisions.
  • The Teacher’s Guide (http://www.theteachersguide.com)
    Resources include lesson plans and printouts. Be sure to check out the Virtual Fieldtrips under the Interactive tab. .   
  • LD OnLine (http://www.ldonline.orgh) Many resources available in all areas to help students with special needs.
  • E-Ready Special Education Information (http://www.pta.org/advocacy/content.cfm?ItemNumber=3713) Information on specific disabilities. Also, check out the glossary of terms.
  • Learning Disabilities Association of America (https://ldaamerica.org/educators/) General information, practical solutions and a comprehensive network of resources.
  • NICHCY (http://nichcy.org/schools-administrators) Easy-to-read information on IDEA. Research-based information on effective practices, programs and services are included.
  • Do2Learn (http://www.do2learn.com/) This website includes many student activities along with a great teacher toolbox of resources.
  • SERGE (Special Education Resources for General Education) – Excellent site for general classroom educators to support students with disabilities in their classrooms.
  • Child Development Center   (https://childdevelopmentinfo.com/) Researched, practical classroom accommodations are included. which will help in preparing RTI and IEP plans.

Websites for Parents 

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