Promoting Access in General Education Settings
Understanding how to create a culture of equity and inclusion in the classroom can ensure not just access, but success for all learners.
This training will help you:
capitalizing on the expertise of everyone who interacts with your students to establish a shared responsibility for every student’s progress.
your school and district to redefine the roles and structures in need of adjustments to ensure effective collaboration and intervention.
your entire team with a new understanding and guidance in modifying curricula and activities to meet student needs.
Find answers you need to know, such as:
- What are the most appropriate modifications to allow students with disabilities to be involved in the same activities as their peers? How can these be applied?
- Which lesson design frameworks present the best opportunities for more students with disabilities to profit from instruction in the general education setting?
Discover new perspectives, skills, and research-based resources:
- Effectively recognize and describe the differences between accommodations and modifications.
- Review best practices for creating modified activities aligning with grade-level standards.
- Explore strategies that scaffold learning success.
- Apply a lesson design framework to guide decisions regarding curriculum modifications.
Expand your toolbox:
- Find new benefits and uses for instructional frameworks such as the gradual release model.
- Discuss practical applications of scaffolds, accommodations and modifications.