Is your child receiving special education services? The Florida Department of Education is proud to provide access to Special Ed Connection ® at no cost to families of individuals with disabilities who are enrolled in special education programs. To request access to this valuable resource, please click here.
Are you interested in learning more about assistive technology and how it can help your student? This short webinar provides some basic information about assistive technology and how it can help your child.
The University of Florida Literacy Institute (UFLI) and the Florida Diagnostic & Learning Resources System (FDLRS) present a statewide webinar for Literacy Coaches, Directors of Curriculum and Instruction, Reading Interventionists, and Reading Professional Developers.
Date: Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Time: 9:00am-11:30am, EST
Format: A Zoom webinar link will be sent to those who register
This survey is for parents of students with individual educational plans (IEP) receiving special education services during the 2020-21 school year. All information provided will remain confidential. You may submit one online survey for each child receiving services.
Are you looking for some fun and engaging training activities for teachers and parents? Well, look no further. FDLRS NEFEC is offering access to some excellent learning modules. Please visit our Totem PD padlet for more information.
FDLRS NEFEC staff are happy to announce that we will be providing assistance virtually for any parent, teacher, caregiver, or school staff. You can contact Jessica Callaghan to set up your appointment.
Are you a parent of a student with significant cognitive disabilities and need some ideas on how to work with them at home? If so, this video will be a lifesaver. Tune in to get some ideas on how to address reading, math, gross motor, fine motor and life skills using things that you already have and doing things that you already do.
FDLRS NEFEC has created a repository of resources for all ages and grade levels. It contains free resources that parents and teachers can use to help with virtual instruction.
FDLRS offers both virtual and in-person learning opportunities through your local FDLRS Associate Center/school district.
The following offers a sampling of the opportunities that may be offered to satisfy a variety of professional learning needs:
|Making Reading Instruction Explicit||In-person|
|Differentiating Reading Instruction||Virtual and In-person|
|Exploring Structured Literacy||Virtual and In-person|
|Differentiating Mathematics Instruction||Virtual and In-person|
|Building Math Proficiency||In-person|
|Differentiating Instruction||Virtual and In-person|
|Universal Design for Learning||Virtual and In-person|
|Strategic Instruction Model (SIM): Content Enhancement||In-person|
|Strategic Instruction Model (SIM): Learning Strategies||In-person|
Contact your Local FDLRS Associate Center for more information!
The FDLRS network provides diagnostic and instructional support services to district exceptional student education programs statewide. FDLRS/NEFEC is an integral part of district efforts to provide quality services to the educational community through implementation of state educational goals and priorities.