Below are some online resources to help you expand your knowledge and get a head start on earning those professional development hours that you will need.
These free modules are presented by the Office of Special Education Programs, the U.S. Department of Education, and East Carolina University. You will find dozens of topics including Universal Design for Learning, standards-based IEPs, task analysis, and working with students with intellectual disabilities.
Your friends at T-TAC have created a number of free, high-interest web shops for your enjoyment. You can search for web shops by grade level, disability, or content.
The Iris Center, which is headquartered at Vanderbilt University, exists to create resources about evidence-based practices for use in professional development programs. Here you will find a number of modules related to assessment, accommodations, content instruction, and many other topics. Most modules cost $25 and last approximately one hour.