A major shift in learning occurred in 2020, when educators had to rethink the Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) of students with special needs. K-12 Dive, a publication that gives insight into impactful news and trends shaping K-12 education, featured SESI’s Diane Myers, SVP of Behavior in an article highlighting the struggles – and silver linings – of digital special education.
“Early in the pandemic, many schools tried to move what they were doing in-person to a remote format and had this been just a short-term solution, it would have worked,” said Myers. She added, “the pandemic dragged on and educators realized virtual learning wasn’t just a temporary hiatus from in-person learning, many special educators incorporated digital strategies to better support students with disabilities.”
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