## Related Resources on the LD@school Website

Learning Module: Helping Students with LDs Navigate Secondary School

**Student Skills**

Keeping School Work on Track: Staying Organized with Graphic Organizers

Adapted Webinar: Beyond “Lazy” and “Unmotivated” – Why Educators Need to Know about Executive Skills

Learning Module: An In-Depth Look at Executive Functions

**Teaching Techniques**

Planning and Teaching with Explicit Instruction

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST)

**Assistive Technology**

Assessments and Assistive Technology

VIDEO: Building Reading Skills Through Assistive Technology

The Use of Assistive Technology at the Intermediate Level: Educators’ and Students’ Perceptions

**English**

QRAC-the-Code: A Strategy for Monitoring Reading Comprehension in High School Students

Reading and the Brain: Strategies for Decoding, Fluency, and Comprehension

Combining Writing and Self-Regulation Strategies: The SRSD Approach

Writing Interventions for Adolescents with Learning Disabilities

**Math**

Understanding Learning Disabilities: How Processing Affects Mathematics Learning

Learning Module: The Concrete-Representational-Abstract Approach for Mathematics Instruction

How can technology be used to support math instruction?

Helping Students with LDs Learn to Diagram Math Problems

LDs in Mathematics: Evidence-Based Interventions, Strategies, and Resources

Understanding Developmental Dyscalculia: A Math Learning Disability

Visual Representation in Mathematics

Verbalization in Math Problem-Solving

**Science**

All Students can Read to Learn Science!

Teaching Science to High School Students with Learning Disabilities: Rising to the Challenge

**History**

Teaching History to High School Students with LDs: Pedagogical Considerations & Strategies

**Other articles of interest:**

York Waterfall Chart: Understanding Learning Disabilities – How Processing Affects Learning

What are the warning signs of ADHD that teachers should look out for in their female students?

Webinar Recording: The Road Ahead – The undergraduate learning experience for students with LDs

Are Online Courses Suitable For Students with LDs?

Homework Strategies for Students with LDs

What impact will de-streaming applied and academic courses in grade 9 have on students with LDs?

Collaboration Between Teachers in Secondary Schools

Teacher Collaboration and Achievement of Students with LDs: A Review of the Research

LDAO Chapters: Local Services for Students with LDs

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