Each month we publish several newsletters full of digital learning, funding, professional growth, social media, and STEM resources. Below are the resources from our newsletters that educators turned to the most in the month of June.
Twitterrific is an award-winning Twitter client for iOS that lets users browse Twitter free from the clutter of promoted tweets. Users can use Muffles to hide from their timeline tweets containing words, phrases, people, and hashtags that they don’t want to see.
Based on the belief that golf should be open to everyone, the National Alliance for Accessible Golf, with support from the United States Golf Association, administers a variety of programs that create opportunities for individuals with disabilities to participate in the sport through Grants for the Good of the Game.
Developed by learning and behavior experts, Social Adventures offers a treasure trove of resources for educators looking for ways to help children—particularly those with learning difficulties or special needs—learn about and practice basic social strategies, skills, and routines.
Rena Rosen and her friend Jenny Levin, both educators, co-wrote The Courage to Be Kind, an illustrated children’s book that educates youth about a number of physicaldifferences, including Apert syndrome, spina bifida, cerebral palsy, Tourette syndrome, alopecia, birthmarks, and dwarfism.