After years of teaching, earning multiple degrees, and incorporating professional development hours, many educators would soon need to learn how to teach children with diagnosed disabilities - in real-time, over the Internet. And they must do so while continuing to adhere to all the IDEA laws to reinforce IEP goals and objectives and provide appropriate accommodations. That may sound daunting, but many educators are succeeding and are willing to share what works. A collection of synchronous strategies to engage children with disabilities and learning challenges are shared in Chapter 7. The strategies communicated in this chapter are a collection of successful approaches by educators who, in 2020, had to quickly pivot their teaching to the remote learning classroom with little training or guidance. Through trial and error, the dedicated educators working with students with IEPs share their victories. Of course, every child is different, and what works for one may not work for another, but this collection of ideas and approaches should supply a foundation of tricks and tools to attempt.