TAM Clearinghouse

Welcome to TAM’s Clearinghouse!

This clearinghouse is a collection of especially useful online resources related to the mission of TAM. Below are websites with brief descriptions of what the site provides. TAM Board members have provided their favorite online resources. If you have a favorite online resource or webpage to share, please contact Kelley Regan (kregan@gmu.edu) and we will post it here for sharing with everyone!

  1. The Center of Technology and Disability http://www.ctdinstitute.org/.  This site provides professional development, webinars, articles, guides, training materials and more. There’s a section for State and Local Leaders, Teachers/Researchers, Families, and Service Providers. Best of all, it’s free!

– Cheryl Temple (Newsletter Editor and 2015 TAM President)

  1. Technology Toolkit https://udltechtoolkit.wikispaces.com. The site provides a lot of great technology-based ideas and free/inexpensive resources to support three principles of universal design for learning.

– Anya Evmenova (2017 TAM President)

  1. An educational store of applications –https://www.educationalappstore.com/app/category/special-education-apps.The site provides nice reviews of apps for students with disabilities.

– Anya Evmenova (2017 TAM President)

  1. This site has a search tool of apps and games for students with disabilities and/or learners who need help with reading, writing, and math. You can select the grade level, individual learning need and technology type. See  https://www.understood.org/en/tools/tech-finder.

     – Cindy Okolo (CAN Coordinator and 2016 TAM President)

 

 

*No official endorsement of the websites, products, or services mentioned on the websites is intended or should be inferred by TAM.