Project Participate promotes participation by children and adolescents in their school programs. Explore the site to see success stories and learn practical solutions to enhance learning, teaching, and the full inclusion of students with disabilities in the classroom. Download sample curricular adaptations, handouts for training, intervention planning forms and more!
If you are a person with a reading disability or if you serve people through an educational or non-profit organization, you can dramatically increase your e-book collection by subscribing to this site! Bookshare.org provides access to books for the online community by enabling book scans to be shared, thereby leveraging the collections of thousands of individuals who regularly scan books, eliminating significant duplication of effort.
Individual subscriptions cost $25 to subscribe and $50 for the annual subscription.
Organizational accounts cost $200 a year, plus the subscription fees for the sponsored individual members.
Special Education Technology, British Columbia SET-BC
Our favorite sections on this excellent site from British Columbia include Student Stories and Resources which comprises Print + Web Documents of in-depth guides on technology issues, strategies, and skills; Curriculum Resources; Videos + CD's and Web Resources.
This site is dedicated to exploring issues surrounding the lives of children with learning disabilities and the people who support them - their families, friends, and education professionals. Several activities provide current information on relevant topics including Personal Essays, Bulletin Boards and special sections with information for parents and teachers. There is even a KidZone where kids can play and learn!
GPAT: Georgia Project for Assistive Technology
This site is designed to assist local school districts consider and use AT. It offers comprehensive AT information including assessment protocols, guidelines, checklists, forms, tutorials, listservs, and materials to help integrate AT into daily classroom activities.
ATSTAR, stands for Assistive Technology: Strategies, Tools, Accommodations, and Resources. This collaborative Texas project offers great AT resources for students, including tools and a 6-step AT assessment process.