Resources & Insights into Special Education
Find thought-provoking Special Education topics, advice, whitepapers, webinars, eBooks, guides, and more!
Our students with dyslexia may need some additional support to help guide them to academic success. This is where you come in.
Whether you are a parent with a dyslexic child or a teacher that is about to welcome a dyslexic student into their classroom, here’s what you can do to support students with dyslexia
For students identified with dyslexia, learning a foreign language is a whole new world, which opens up many opportunities for them: It may provide additional motivation to excel, but it could recreate difficulties.
44% of the students have problems with fluency – but what is fluency? Why is it so important? And how could it be developed?
What is dysgraphia? How does it relate to dyslexia? Are dysgraphia identification and remediation similar to dyslexia identification and remediation? Here are the similarities and differences between dyslexia and dysgraphia, and what dysgraphia remediation could look like.
Research has shown that interventions are most effective when they are done in kindergarten and first grade • Why is early identification important? • What are the early warning signs? • What to do if you suspect dyslexia?
Typically used in dyslexia intervention for students identified through Section 504 or Special Education, MTA meets all descriptors of Effective Reading Instruction for Students with Dyslexia outlined by the International Dyslexia Association.
Here are just a few ways our schools can be redefined by seeing the opportunities now available.
Dr. Jean Blosser shares 3 key aspects that she considers when creating resources for parents.
Whitepapers & Guides
5 Best Practices for Accelerating Student Learning in Special Education
Students with special learning needs don’t fit into the general education mold. Get the best practices for accelerating student learning in special education.
How to Access Federal American Rescue Plan (ARP) Funds for Special Education
Find out how your school district can access funds made available from the passage of the Federal American Rescue Plan (ARP).
Recent News & Events
Amplio was named to the 2022 edition of the GSV EdTech 150 — GSV’s annual listing of the most transformational companies in digital learning!
Dr. Judy Rudebusch Rich, member of Amplio’s Advisory Council, named 2022 President of American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
At the 2021 ASHA Convention, see how Amplio highlighted the digital SLP experience and ways to apply digital speech-language therapy methods.