Support At-Home Learning During COVID School Closures

Not a Digitability School Yet? At Home Digitability Licenses Starting at $20 /Student

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Not a Digitability School Yet? At Home Digitability Licenses Starting at $20 /Student

Schools across the country can use Digitability as an at-home resource to support student growth during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In response to the need to help families and teachers work together, Digitability is now offering a short-term license to all schools and organizations that are looking for ways to support student Individualized Education Plan (IEP) goals from home.

Administrators, Teachers, Parents and Students will all be able to access resources from home and use collaboration tools to work together on Digitability resources and activities.

 

Digitability At-Home Resources Will Support:

  • Social-Emotional Skill Development
  • Expressive/Receptive Language Development
  • Digital Literacy
  • Functional Academics
  • Transition and Workplace Readiness Training
  • And more!

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**Don’t have a Digitability License? Schools can purchase a short-term Digitability license for the remainder of the school year. For more information, please complete this form: 

Free Sample Digitability Resources

Each week, Digitability will be sharing additional resources to support at-home students. These activities can be enhanced by accessing the online Digitability platform. Your school or organization can purchase short-term licenses starting at $20/student. To receive automatic email updates as new content is added, sign up for our newsletter.

 

What is Digitability?

Thursday, March 26th, 2020

Watch this short video to learn more about Digitabilitys mission of getting students with cognitive disabilities work-ready. Click here watch video.

A Guide to Virtual Teaching of High Incidence Students

Thursday, March 26th, 2020

Our free, sample resources below highlight examples and ways to differentiate based on the cognitive, behavioral, social and emotional needs with a high incidence group. Click here for resources to guide a high incidence group.

A Guide to Virtual Teaching of Low Incidence Students

Thursday, March 26th, 2020

Our free, sample resources below highlight examples and ways to differentiate based on the cognitive, behavioral, social and emotional needs with a Low incidence group. Click here for resources to guide a low incidence group.

How Can Families Access Student Digitability Accounts at Home?

Friday, March 20th, 2020

As an interactive EdTech solution for special education, families can access our library of online resources to support their child at home. Click here for resources to guide and support teachers and families as they collaborate to support special education students.

FREE SOCIAL GAMES: Digitability Supports Students' Communication Skills Development 

Friday, March 20th, 2020

Digitability streamlines a variety of domains to provide a comprehensive approach to student transition. We use technology, a preferred and primary activity for most students, as a hook to develop social, emotional and communication skills. Click here for FREE samples of Social Games by Digitability.

Learn How To Use Evidence-Based Practices At Home

Friday, March 20th, 2020

Teachers use Differentiation and Prompting to increase expressive/receptive language abilities based on individual student levels. There are five methods of Prompting that can be utilized during instruction. Click here to learn more about Gestural, Verbal, Visual, Positional and Physical Prompting.

Develop Workplace Communication Skills At-Home

Tuesday, March 24th, 2020

Modified for at-home use with siblings and/or friends, students can practice their public speaking skills using critically important digital literacy vocabulary, as well as an optional video game writing activity (Unit 1, Lesson 1: What is the Internet?). Click here to learn more for FREE Digitability Activities.

Feds Clarify Special Ed Guidance For School Closures

Tuesday, March 24th, 2020

"Troubled that some districts were choosing not to educate students at all because of special education concerns, the U.S. Department of Education is rethinking its advice to schools." - Michelle Diament of Disability Scoop 

Click here to download the new fact sheet issued by the US Dept. of Ed.

 

Tips for Virtual Teaching

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

Step into a Digitability virtual class in a short video about a life skills teacher using digitability with her class. Click here watch video.

Digitability Sample Functional Academics Activities

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

When students complete all online video modules in Unit 1: Internet Basics, they will be able to define basic internet vocabulary and will apply their new knowledge in a writing activity. Click here for FREE samples of Functional Academics Activities by Digitability.

 

Digitability is excited to showcase one of our new Workplace Partners, Empowered Cafe.

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

A Digitability Workplace Partner is a company that is dedicated to supporting Neurodiversity in the workplace. Click here learn more about this workplace partner.

 

Using The Sandwich Approach

Monday, April 6th, 2020

One method of safely delivering critical feedback to students is to utilize the Sandwich Approach. Click here download your sandwich approach guide.

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