The ultimate guide to special needs teaching: 100+ resources and links

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Whether you have an entire class of students with special needs, or you’ve welcomed a student with a disability into your traditional classroom, this massive list of resources will help you research different disorders and conditions, review special lesson plans, and find the support you need to work with your students and help them succeed. There are sections devoted to teaching students with: visual impairments, deafness or hearing loss, autism, intellectual disabilities, and physical impairments. (April 2011) 
http://www.teachingtips.com/blog/2008/06/25/the-ultimate-guide-to-special-needs-teaching-100-resources-and-links/

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