Resources

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

  • Reading Comprehension Strategies for English Language Learners

    Learn reading comprehension strategies for English language learners (ELL).  This ASCD article outlines several strategies that educators can use to help boost ELL’s reading comprehension. 

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  • Remote Learning

    Explore ways to engage your students in remote learning.  KQED outlines three ways to not only help students engage in online learning but to also help teachers flip their classrooms to an online learning environment.

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  • 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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  • Social Learning Challenges

    Understand social learning challenges. Using a case study, Michelle Garcia Winner outlines the importance of not making assumptions about individual’s social interactions by showing the complexity involved in daily social interactions ranging from the use of tone to our ability to make eye contact. 

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  • Social Thinking and Social Pragmatics

    Understand more about the concepts of social thinking and social pragmatics.  Michelle Garcia Winner writes about her research and development of a treatment approach for students who struggle to master social interactions.

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  • Special Education and English Language Learners

    Explore the topic of special education and English language learners with this curated list of resources developed by Colorin Colorado.

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  • Students Who Think Differently

    Explore how to help students who think differently.  Reading Rockets unpacks the 2016 National Center for Learning Disabilities report and explains how educators can use this data to help unlock the potential of all students in their classroom.

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  • Task Analysis

    Understand the components of task analysis through exploring these simple explanations and suggestions from the Edvocate.  Teaching task analysis can help to support the executive functions in students of all ages.

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  • Teacher Wellbeing and Remote Learning

    Read this article published by Edsure that summarizes research from both CASEL and the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence about how to support the wellbeing of teachers during this time. 

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