- Index of Indigenous Education and Indigenous Language Web Sites
- AbilityHub - Assistive Technology for computers and disability.
- CAST In a collaborative agreement with the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Special Programs (OSEP), CAST has established a National Center on Accessing the General Curriculum to provide a vision of how new curricula, teaching practices, and policies can be woven together to create practical approaches for improved access to the general curriculum by students with disabilities.
- Council for Exceptional Children
- Deaf Education Website - provides deaf-related resources for educators, inlcuding employment news, events calendar, and links.Purpose: To enhance the preparation of new teachers. To support the ongoing professional development of existing teachers. To expand the array of learning resources and opportunities that are available to deaf/hard-of-hearing (d/hh) students. To increase collaborative activities between all those individuals involved in the education of d/hh students.Links for Educators of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing:
Michigan Schools for the Deaf and Blind - Flint, MI - provides comprehensive educational, cultural, social, and vocational services to hear impaired, deaf, and visually impaired children and their families http://www.msdb.k12.mi.us/
MSDB Mission: The Michigan Schools for the Deaf and Blind are committed to providing comprehensive educational, cultural, social, and vocational services to hearing impaired, deaf and visually impaired. In response to the needs of children, families, and service providers, MSDB provides the following services: direct instruction of students and families; collaboration in the planning of student programs; comprehensive diagnostic assessment; and networking of resources across the state and nation. In cooperation with the local schools, Michigan Schools for the Deaf and Blind provides opportunities that enable all students to achieve their full potential.
1.) http://www.deaflibrary.org- The Deaf Resource Library is online collection of reference materials about deaf cultures, including links to national organizations for the deaf.
2.) http://www.handspeak.com -Sign Language Dictionary Online includes 3,090 signs at last count.
3.) http://www.nidcd.nih.gov/ The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), has an extensive amount of health information listed here, which includes a search engine for finding reference material on communication disorders.
For more information, see: ``Web Sites for the Deaf Welcome Others, Too'' By Michael Pollak, The New York Times, and April 5, 2001 at http://www.nytimes.com/2001/04/05/technology/05GRAB.html?
- ESL Cafe
- LD Online
- Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab Students can click on a link and listen to spoken (American) English. A quiz helps them focus on what they hear, and written transcripts are available. Each lesson contains pre-listening and post-listening activities.****
- Working with Students with Disabilities from the students from Amorita Charter School. Thanks Carly and students.
The following links were thoughtfully provided by Linda Johnson as thanks for this page's existence. Thank you, Linda.
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