Instructional Supports that Promote Inclusion
Audience: Educators | Topic: Early Learning and School Readiness | Hosted by: Early Learning and School Readiness
This course presents a different way of thinking in regards to individualizing instruction for all young children. Authentic assessment, connected to global outcomes and aligned with preschool standards lays the foundation for the learning experiences that we want for every child to thrive at home, in school and in many settings throughout their communities. Instruction should be intentional at the universal, targeted and individualized tiers. This course will help participants understand how to blend practices to teach with intentionality. Individualized instruction is not only for children with disabilities, systematic instruction is based on what children need to learn on not based on whether they have developmental delays.
• Gathering Information to Inform Instruction
• The Teamwork of Developing Participation-Based IEPs
• Embedding Learning Opportunities Throughout the Day
Contact InformationMarcia Blum
Up to 3 contact hours of professional development