Implementing Asynchronous Instructional Materials for Students With Learning Disabilities
Intervention in School and Clinic
Online learning continues to be an increasingly popular option in K–12 and postsecondary settings As this trend continues, it is important that the developers of online instructional environments and materials proactively consider the needs of all students. This includes determining how special education and specially designed instruction can be provided in online environments. For students with learning disabilities (LD), a systematic process for determining whether available learning materials address academic standards and specific student needs is key. To support practitioner lesson planning, this column provides guidance for aligning asynchronous learning materials to academic standards and the needs of students with LD. Guidance for supplementing and augmenting available materials is also provided.
design, distance education, instruction, web-based
Matthew L. Love and Kathy B. Ewoldt. "Implementing Asynchronous Instructional Materials for Students With Learning Disabilities" Intervention in School and Clinic (2021): 132-137. https://doi.org/10.1177/10534512211001847