Resources & Insights into Special Education
Find thought-provoking special education topics, advice, whitepapers, webinars, eBooks, guides, and more from the world of special education!
How do dyslexic students learn a foreign language?
For students identified with dyslexia, learning a foreign language is a whole new world: It may provide additional motivation to excel, but it could recreate difficulties.
Can you read this fluently?
44% of the students have problems with fluency – but what is fluency? Why is it so important? And how could it be developed?
Dysgraphia: Messy Handwriting or Much More?
The similarities and differences between dyslexia and dysgraphia, and what dysgraphia remediation could look like.
Why is early intervention so important for kids with dyslexia?
Research has shown that interventions are most effective when they are done in kindergarten and first grade.
Why Use MTA for Your Students Identified with 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 IDA.
Building a Strong 2022-23 School Year
Here are just a few ways our schools can be redefined by seeing the opportunities now available.
Engage Parents as Partners
Dr. Jean Blosser shares 3 key aspects that she considers when creating resources for parents.
Social-Emotional Concerns and the Dyslexia Student
Find out what social-emotional concerns co-occur in students identified with dyslexia and ways to support your students at home and school.
7 Ways You Can Help a Child Who Stutters
Discover ways to help minimize negative feelings and improve the confidence of a child who is stuttering so they can communicate more freely.
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.
Download Amplio's Research-Based Curricula and Evidence-Based Programs
Amplio’s research-based curricula and evidence-based programs are key factors in accelerating student progress.
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).
Strategies for Combating the SLP and Special Ed Teacher Shortages in School Districts
Why is there an educator shortage? How can you deal with it? What is its impact on student learning and outcomes? Watch this webinar to comprehend the causes and implications of the shortages, and the impact of the shortage on student learning and outcomes.
The Day After Dyslexia Screening: What’s Next?
What is a dyslexia screener? Is it different from a universal screening? Why is it important to include different student characteristics and groups? What happens if a student does not pass a screening? Watch this webinar to get answers to those questions and more.
The End of Special Education (As We Know It)
In recent years, the world of special education has undergone significant change. Between educator shortages and turnover, and the growing demand of students needing services, special education is struggling to provide effective academic support. Students are making slow progress toward mastering their goals and educators are burdened with large caseloads and limited resources. It is time to “think outside the box” and find solutions that give students the support they need to reach their full academic potential.
The Future of Special Education and How to Prepare
With the passage of the Federal American Rescue Plan (ARP) in March 2021, funds are now available for schools and districts to address learning loss and challenges in education. The pandemic has been difficult for students with special needs, but districts and schools now have an opportunity to invest in long-term, effective solutions that promote equity and enable these students to reach their full potential.
Recent News & Events
2021 ASHA Convention Recap: The Digital SLP Experience
At the 2021 ASHA Convention, see how Amplio highlighted the digital SLP experience and ways to apply digital speech-language therapy methods.
Dr. Luann Purcell Scholarship for Continuing Education Established
CASE honors Dr. Luann Purcell with a $1,000 continuing education scholarship to cultivate the next generation of special needs educators.
Israel EdTech 50 Awards Amplio “Most Promising” in EdTech
Israel EdTech 50 and HolonIQ awarded Amplio designation as one of the most promising education technology companies.