PhET's Student-Centered STEM Visualizations, Simulations Engage Readers Who Struggle

When students struggle with print, free simulations from PHeT can aid inquiry, vocabulary, comprehension.

On Robert Frost's Birthday, Accessible Versions of Poetry Help Students By-Pass Struggles With Print

For students who struggle with print, audio versions used with and without traditional printed versions are essential to learning.

Zaption, A 2015 SxSW Prize Winner, Could Help Teachers Who Differentiate, Modify Learning

A 2015 SxSW prize winner, Zaption, is a tool that could help teachers who want to deepen understanding using video.

Accessible On-Demand Children's Television Portal Debuts for Students with Sight, Hearing Disabilities

Bring accessible versions of Bill Nye, Ocean Mysteries, and Ms. Frizzle videos into class with captions and audio descriptions.

A Page-Turning Robot Wins Six-Year Olds An Invitation to White House Science Fair 2015

Kudos to literacy and the prototype of a battery-operated page-turner conceived by six year olds to help people with physical disabilities.

Without Accessible Design for Digital Content, Delivery There Is No Thumbs Up for Learners

The skinny on accessible digital materials: Learn what accessible content means and why the design of the delivery system matters.

Count On It! Teachley Launches PD Video Library To Advance Teaching with Math Apps

Teachley creates math apps based on cognitive science research. Now, there are videos to help teachers hone instruction.

Check Out Kickstarter: Tech Innovations Support Math, Coding Skills for Dyslexia, Low Vision

Kickstarter innovations and skillful teachers could open the doors to math for all, including students with disabilities.

Free Virtual Professional Development in March Hones In on Listening, Academics, Digital Learning

Sessions on listening skills, academic content supports, and digital game research are improve educational results.

Dyslexic Role Models Share Your Strengths, Accomplishments: New Video Library Is Underway

Join Dyslexic Advantage to build a library of videos showing the strengths of the dyslexic mind.

June Behrmann

June Behrmann is an education writer-blogger. She’s a longtime SPED teacher who retired for about two seconds, and is now prospecting for accessible instructional resources.

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