Resources

These resources were created and/or collected by Outreach staff to assist you in better understanding how to teach students with LBLD.

  • Social Emotional Learning and Distance Learning

    Explore the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) website for guidelines and resources for incorporating SEL in a remote learning environment.

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  • Bloom’s Taxonomy

    Explore these question starters that use Bloom’s Taxonomy as a way to effectively structure questions that both gauge and assess students’ level of understanding on a given topic.

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  • Center for Online Learning and Students with Disabilities

    Explore the Center for Online Learning and Students with Disabilities website to gather resources and ideas for supporting students with disabilities in an online learning environment.

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  • Equity by Design in Learning Technologies

    Listen to this podcast on equity by design in learning technologies. The podcast explores the challenges of remote and digital learning and how teachers can use technology to support all learners but particularly students with disabilities or other vulnerabilities.

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  • Human Development and Learning

    Learn about the connection between human development and learning. This Edutopia video, which is part of a series called How Learning Happens, highlights the importance of the inclusion of social emotional learning into the school landscape with a focus on the need for strong student and teacher relationships.

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  • Supporting High School Student’s Executive Function while Teaching the Writing Process

    By Lauren Morrow I’ve been teaching writing since I started teaching at Landmark, and as someone who enjoys writing, teaching writing has been an exciting (and sometimes frustrating) opportunity for me. The majority of the students I teach have executive functioning deficits; thus, the writing process can seem like an insurmountable task for them. Although

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    Expository Writing Across the Curriculum

    “By the time a child is in late elementary school, expository writing demands are almost everywhere, in every subject.” – Jean Gudaitis Tarricone Expository writing begins early and exists in every subject from history to math class. Producing sequential, enumerative, compare/contrast, cause/effect, opinion, and descriptive writing is an everyday occurrence in the curriculum from late

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  • Tips to Address Listening and Speaking Skills in Remote Learning Environments

    By Linda Gross As an educational consultant for the Landmark Outreach Program, I have the privilege of working with special education teachers, general education teachers, teaching assistants, speech-language pathologists (SLPs), reading specialists, and administrators. I get to see first-hand the ways these professionals weave strategies into lessons across all grades and subjects to support all

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  • 360 Thinking and Executive Function

    Understand the concept of “360 Thinking” and executive function.  This article gives insightful tips to help students engage in goal directed behaviors through helping them visualize what they need to do to accomplish tasks. 

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