This article offers advice for teachers and schools providing special education services remotely. The author provides specific ideas for helping families recreate some of the supports children receive at school, such as a sense of structure or ways to participate in sensory and gross motor activities.
In general, the article discusses a shift in the role of teachers from providing services directly to students to learning how to coach and support families in their new role. This article was written for fellow special education teachers, but will also be of interest to parents.
Source Organization: Edutopia