Specially designed instruction, defined by IDEA as “adaptations to the content, method, or delivery of instruction,” is the foundation of special education.
Ensuring that all students have appropriate Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) is essential to creating an equitable learning environment in which all students can progress towards high standards.
Maryland Learning Links has compiled 52 tips to help families and service providers alike hold successful and smooth IFSP and IEP meetings. One tip each week will be shared on the Maryland Learning Links Facebook and Twitter pages, and the tips will also be listed below throughout the year for your reference.
Are you an early childhood professional in the state of Maryland? Access even more materials and forums related to the 2017 Professional Learning Opportunities in the Early Childhood PLO Resources community group.
Find out the latest happenings from Marcella E. Franczkowski, Assistant State Superintendent for the Maryland State Department of Education Division of Special Education/Early Intervention Services.
The Making Access Happen (MAH) program works to increase the participation of 3- to 5-year-old children with disabilities in public and private community-based early learning programs.
The Maryland Secondary Transition Assessment Toolkit contains resources and assessment tools to use with students for transition planning.
The Maryland Assistive Technology Network (MATN) connects educators, families, and leaders interested in the effective use of assistive, accessible, and everyday technology to benefit diverse learners and individuals with a variety of needs.