The research is clear on what works in teaching students with disabilities: specially designed instruction should be intensive, strategic, supportive of foundational skills, and focused on generalization. How do we provide proactive rather than reactive instruction for students with disabilities across settings, but particularly in the inclusive classroom?
This session will re-imagine specially designed instruction by introducing practical, streamlined routines that prioritize high-impact curriculum standards. These routines create opportunities to learn without disrupting classroom instruction, help us know more about what our students can do, and support meaningful progress in the TEKS and the IEP. Through this context, we’ll begin to explore evidence-based interventions in reading language arts and math that have been found to improve student independence and learning outcomes for the diversity of students we serve.
Special educators will learn how to help students:
- get started with rigorous content
- build independence in learning the content
- focus on what is important
- apply their learning
- make connections
- monitor their own progress and develop self-determination
- audience: special education teachers and leaders
- learning mode: virtual
- date/time: June 29, 2022 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM CDT