Our research-based resources and curricula help the full range of education professionals—including teachers, principals, SLPs, paraprofessionals, and school psychologists—address the individual needs of every learner in Grades K-12. We partner with pioneers and fresh voices to bring you ready-to-use, evidence-based strategies that help students achieve academic success and work toward a bright future.
Need professional development for your district or school’s paraprofessionals? With the PD 4 Paras course, professional learning has never been easier, more engaging, or more cost-effective. Led by inclusion experts Dr. Julie Causton and Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak, this four-part virtual series—with more than 4.5 hours of instruction—was designed specifically for preK-12 paraprofessionals, teaching assistants, and one-on-one aides.
Enrollment in virtual and blended schools is on the rise—introducing new challenges with student engagement, social-emotional wellness, and behavior management. Help is here with these four laminated quick-guides, filled with the ready-to-use tips and strategies K–12 teachers need to boost engagement, student wellbeing, and positive behavior in virtual settings. Packed with bite-sized nuggets of insight—including keys to engagement, teaching tips, proven strategies, and FAQs—these guides will help any teacher take immediate action to support students’ academic, social-emotional, and behavioral success in virtual learning environments.
To improve outcomes for students with moderate and severe disabilities, K–12 educators need to understand the why and how of good instructional practices. They’ll find comprehensive guidance in the second edition of this bestselling text on systematic instruction, a highly effective teaching approach rooted in applied behavior analysis (ABA).
How can special education teams create effective IEPs that improve student outcomes and meet legal requirements? Find practical answers in the second edition of this one-stop IEP guide, updated with new chapters on key topics, online resources, and practical features that make this edition perfect for either preservice courses or in-service teamwork.
An essential resource for educators, speech-language pathologists, and parents—and an ideal text for courses that cover literacy and significant disabilities—this book will help you ensure that all students have the reading and writing skills they need to unlock new opportunities and reach their potential.
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