I asked ChatGPT “What are some guidelines I could share with teachers regarding the use of ChatGPT by students?” and this is what I got…

There has been a swarm of conflict, disconnect, confusion, and fear in K-12 and high education in the use of ChatGPT or any artificial intelligence (AI) program, and yes, there are many others out there and some we use everyday but do not realize it. For example, TLDR this is a Google Chrome extension that... Continue Reading →

Dive Into UDL (2nd Edition): A Must Read for Educators and Higher Education Educator Preparation Programs (EPPs)

A Book Review of: Grant & Perez (2022), Dive Into UDL: Immersive Practices to Develop Expert Learners. 2nd edition. The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). ISBN: 978-1-56484-933-5. Introduction "Dive Into UDL (Universal Design for Learning)" is one of my new favorite go to books for inspiration when it comes to professional learning to... Continue Reading →

GeoGuessr & GoGuess VR: Fun, Interactive Life Skill Activities for Students & Young Adults with Disabilities

Images adapted from https://www.oculus.com/ and https://www.geoguessr.com/ You accidently fall asleep on the bus on the way home and you missed your stop. You get off the bus in a location you have never seen before. You do not recognize any landmarks, your phone is dead, you struggle with following directions, and socially you have difficulty... Continue Reading →

Rideshare Accessibility Features: UberWav, Lyft Access Mode, and More!

Adapted from https://www.uber.com/ and https://www.lyft.com/ As I venture out into my research specific to the transition of students and young adults with disabilities from high school into postsecondary settings, such as in higher education institutions or the workplace, I always stumble across some wonderful features. I was working on a presentation specifically on apps that... Continue Reading →

Financial Literacy Technology Resources for Online, Virtual, and Blended Learning: “Investing” in K-12 Special Education Transition Services

As of 2022, only 23 states in the U.S. require a financial literacy course to graduate and since 2020 only 2 states have been added in 2022 (Council for Economic Education, 2022). What is even more interesting is that only 4 states require it on standardized testing. There are some additional states that require a... Continue Reading →

StoryboardThat: Multicultural & Neurodiversity Support

Sample created by Krystle Merry for mathematics. Create your own at https://www.storyboardthat.com/. StoryboardThat StoryboardThat has been one of my most favorite resources for years. It is a personalized digital storytelling platform that is supported and integrated in Clever, ClassLink, Google Classroom, Canvas, and Schoology. There are thousands of templates across multiple subjects and grade levels... Continue Reading →

2e: Twice exceptional, but Twice-Excluded

2e defined: At the 2022 Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Conference this past spring, the Division on the Association for the Gifted (TAG) revised the definition of twice-exceptional (2e) students indicating that: "Twice-exceptional (2e) individuals evidence exceptional ability and disability, which results in a unique set of circumstances. Their exceptional ability may dominate, hiding their disability; their disability may dominate, hiding their exceptional ability; each may mask the... Continue Reading →

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