February 17th, 2021
NCLD releases new Distance learning toolkit to promote evidence-based practices during COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to widespread virtual and hybrid learning. As a result, educators, families, and students have been struggling to adapt to distance learning, particularly for students with learning and attention issues.
NCLD and Understood worked together with experts to create a guide for educators to meet the needs of students through distance learning. The Distance Learning Toolkit builds off of Forward Together (originally launched in 2019) and revisits 3 mindsets and 8 evidence-based practices identified to help general educators support students with disabilities. The toolkit shares how educators can apply these evidence-based mindsets and practices in virtual and hybrid settings during the pandemic.
View the toolkit here, or learn more about the mindsets and practices here.
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