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Ability Web Directory and Internet Resource Site
A variety of resources on Special Education, covering specific topics ranging from A to Z.
Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf
A wide variety of member-oriented programs, publications, and financial aid programs.
BC Education: Special Education
A resource guide which attempts to answer various special ed. questions.
Cornucopia of Disability Information
Disability information in a wide variety of areas.
Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)
A national organization for those involved in special education and gifted education.
Deafdigest
A weekly e-mail only 'zine for those genuinely interested about anything that goes on in the wide world of the deaf. Subscription is free.
Disability Information for Students and Professionals
A collection of a variety of news stories on disabilities. Also includes a busy message board.
Effective Teaching Techniques
Summaries of research articles about teaching techniques for students with disabilities.
ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education
Information on the education of individuals with disabilities as well as those who are gifted.
Indie: The Integrated Network of Disability Information and Education
A large directory of disability information on the internet searchable by category or keyword search.
The Instant Access Treasure Chest
Includes a vast amount of resources on: assistive technology, attention deficit disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, auditory deficits, college policies for students with disabilities, commercial sites, conference handouts, dyslexia, foreign language and LD, government resources, hyperlexia, learning styles, legalities, teaching students with disabilities, and visual deficits.
Internet Resources for Special Children (IRSC)
A resource of links to sites that are dedicated to "communicating information relating to the needs of children with disabilities,"
JFK Center For Research On Human Development
See Helpful tips for parents, teachers, and others who work with children and adults with disabilities.
Myths Regarding Gifted Education
True/False page from Don H. Bowden, M.Ed., Gifted Enrichment Program, Anchorage School District Computer Education, School of Education, University of Alaska Anchorage.
National Council on Disability (NCD)
Online publications and more.
The National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities (NICHCY)
Provides information on disabilities and disability-related issues for families, educators, and other professionals, with a special focus on children and youth (birth to age 22).
New Mobiliity Magazine
A resource serving the informational needs of people with disabilities.
Resources for Parents & Teachers of Blind Kids
Provides links, games, instructional activities, and more.
SNOW (Special Needs Opportunity Windows)
"a comprehensive resource for educators, parents, and persons with disabilities. It offers professional development for teachers through a number of free online workshops and courses, each moderated by professionals in the fields of special education, academic and adaptive technologies, and distance education. Resources include a listing of more than 700 resource sites, a shared folder for exchanging lesson plans and curriculum ideas, demonstrations of best practices in distance and special education, and free server space and technical help for developing online curriculum content through the Off to School Site. There's even a kids site."
Special Needs Education
Special Needs Education (SNE) project, an Internet service providing resources for parents, teachers, schools, and other professionals, individuals, groups, and organizations involved in the education of students with special needs. In English and French.
Special Education Links about Disabilities and Gifted Children
A listing of various links relating to special education.

Special Education Resources on the Internet

Teaching students who have disABILITIES Resource and Guidebook

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