10 Research-Based Tips for Enhancing Literacy Instruction for Students With Intellectual Disability
This article offers a set of research-based tips for special education teachers, general education teachers, and other members of IEP teams to consider when planning literacy instruction for students with ID to maximize student outcomes.
Authors: Christopher J. Lemons, Jill H. Allor, Stephanie Al Otaiba, and Lauren M. LeJeune
Publication Date: October 2016
Publisher: Council for Exceptional Children
Assistive Technology Short Term Loan Library
A wide variety of assistive technology devices, equipment, software and professional development materials are available free of charge to Arizona school personnel.
Publisher: Arizona Department of Education
This fact sheet defines, describes its characteristics, offers tips for parents and teachers, and connects you with related information and organizations with special expertise in that disability.
Publisher: National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities
Mild Intellectual Disabilities: Legacies and Trends in Concepts and Educational Practices
The purpose of this article is to assess certain aspects of educational programs and practices for students with mild intellectual disability.
Authors: Edward A. Polloway, Jacqueline Lubin, J. David Smith, and James R. Patton
Publication Date: March 2010
Publisher: Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities
Teaching Students with Moderate Intellectual Disabilities to Read: An Experimental Examination of a Comprehensive Reading Intervention
These findings demonstrated that students with moderate ID can learn basic reading skills given consistent, explicit,
and comprehensive reading instruction across an extended period of time.
Authors: Jill H. Allor, Patricia G. Mathes, J. Kyle Roberts, Francesca G. Jones, and Tammi M. Champlin
Publication Date: 2010
Publisher: Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities, Council for Exceptional Children