Special Education

 At Proximity Learning, our goal is to provide highly qualified educators who will support the unique needs of your students by triangulating the goals of the IEP’s, General Education teacher lessons, and the identified needs of the child. Our Special Education and Resource Room courses will help guide your students through each stage of their life and provide them with the bright future they are destined to achieve.

  • Ideal for students with Learning Disabilities, Asperger’s, Speech Only, Other Health Impaired, Homebound or Non-Specified Disabilities
  • Special Education and Resource Room courses are specifically created to serve every student regardless of individual background, personal needs or disability
  • Designed to cater to small groups and individual students
  • Highly-qualified virtual educators assist your school in assessing student needs, curriculum guidance and administration duties 
  • Courses taught using interactive, engaging and exciting methods via computer, laptop, tablet or Chromebook
  • Our courses and services can be customized to align with your individual IEP goals and objectives 
  • Districts may choose between direct and indirect instruction by Resource teachers, allowing you to further specify your own Special Education curriculum and considerations

Our Services

  • Replacement instructional programing
  • Planning with Core Teachers
  • Parent Communication
  • Project Based Instruction
  • Differentiated Instruction
  • Alternative Assessment techniques
  • LRE
  • Multi-tiered intervention for students depending on the intensiveness of need. (RTI)
  • Developing IEP
  • Adjustments to curriculum
  • Filling our federal paperwork
  • Maintain maintenance of statutory requirements
  • Modifications and accommodations
  • Social and emotional techniques


Proximity Resource teachers assist classroom teachers with extra modification ideas when children are struggling. If no change is made, the resource teacher will participate with the child study team to discuss options, test for disabilities and assist with necessary paperwork.


Direct Instruction

With a classroom facilitator present, Proximity Resource teachers will teach students, either individually or in small groups in a computer lab. Our most common areas of study are reading, writing and math. Resource teachers will prepare and evaluate lessons according to needs recorded on the IEP.


Indirect Instruction

Proximity Resource teachers work with classroom teachers to provide modifications to the general curriculum. This includes worksheets, homework assignments, testing modifications such as smaller group settings, limiting the number of problems assigned and special seating to avoid distractions.



Resource teachers maintain paperwork by recording evaluations of goals set on the IEP and dates completed. Each teacher will also collaborate and maintain connection with parents. Each year the IEPs are reviewed and rewritten, and every 3 years, resource teachers initiate re-evaluation of student’s progress.