Many administrators and teachers consistently name scheduling and staffing as the most challenging aspects of inclusive education. Take this opportunity to learn new methods to manage your existing time and staff more effectively and efficiently.
This training will help you:
developing a plan for student-centered scheduling where all students, including those with IEPs, are placed in the least restrictive classes, with the student-driven type and amount of support from the first day of school.
administrators and teachers with the best data to create equitable master schedules, inclusive of all learners, and fulfilling all ethical and legal requirements.
your team with hands-on learning opportunities and practical examples to help guide the scheduling process regarding instruction, support, and location.
Find answers you need to know, such as:
- What should our scheduling look like for key areas: advance support, in-class support, and specialized support?
- How do we make individual decisions about scheduling specialized support that best reflects student needs using our existing resources?
Discover new perspectives, skills, and research-based resources:
- Identify the primary influences guiding the development of the master schedule.
- Define the data and thinking that go into a master schedule considering inclusion and legal implications.
- Provide a student-centered decision-making process that will lead to an equitable master schedule, inclusive of all learners.
Expand your toolbox:
- Examine successful formats to guide instructional planning.
- Review a targeted analysis worksheet on instructional and support needs.
- Discuss paradigms for student-centered support.
- Evaluate sample scheduling spreadsheets.