Guided by the Council for Exceptional Children High Leverage Practices, this session will equip teachers with a toolkit of effective instructional strategies to create a more inclusive and accessible learning environment for all students. As a participant of this training, you will engage in hands-on activities, discussions, and collaborative problem-solving exercises to identify common barriers to inclusion and access that students with disabilities may face in the classroom. As a participant of this training, you will have the opportunity to learn about the core principles of universal design for learning (UDL), self-reflect on existing teaching practices and develop an action plan to create and implement a more inclusive and accessible learning environment for all learners.
Learn effective and practical instructional strategies for creating an inclusive and accessible learning environment for all learners.
Discuss and apply the principles of universal design for learning (UDL) to create an inclusive and accessible learning environment for all learners.
Self-reflect on existing instructional practices and develop action plans for implementing the high-leverage practices in their own classrooms.
Gain a deeper understanding of how to effectively implement best practices for effective inclusion.
Eligible teachers get paid $25.00 an hour for attendance plus in-service points.
Additional ESE certification points can be earned through a follow-up assignment.
Ongoing support for implementation with a Connection Specialist.
Who should attend?
Educators at all levels, from novice to experienced
Any teacher who wants to differentiate instruction, increase student achievement, and engage families
Any administrator who wants to promote differentiation and family engagement based on student need