Increasingly teachers, educational therapists, and parents who work with special needs students are finding MakeBeliefsComix a useful resource in helping youngsters express themselves and communicate. Users can create comics in different languages, including Spanish.
The interactive “ResearchMap” website—with data visualizations, videos, and links to relevant studies on an array of topics—is intended to help educators find and comprehend information packed away in academic journals. It draws from 100,000 articles published in 180 journals.
On a mission to normalize the diversity of the human condition, educator Chris Ulmer travels the world and interviews “neurodiverse humans.” His website, SpecialBooks by Special Kids, and his Facebook page, presents a collection of moving and inspiring videos.
Executive function and self-regulation(EF/SR) skills provide critical supports for learning and development, and while individual aren’t born with these skills, they are born with the potential to develop them through interactions and practice.