Inclusion Institute 2014: Great Expectations starts tomorrow, August 5th.
We will be hosting the fun and enthusiastic national and global speaker on Co-teaching, Susan Hentz. Susan has planned a whole day packed full of practical strategies for you to take back to your classroom.
This year’s institute is two days. On the second day you can pick from these amazing sessions all designed to positively impact your services to students, your knowledge of specific disabilities, and your instructional practices.
Connecting the Dots of Collaboration: Making Inclusion Work
Small Group Instruction Made Easy
Supporting Students with Autism in the General Education Classroom
Disproportionality Through a Cultural Lens
Strategies to Use with Your WHOLE Class to Benefit Your Students with ADHD
Think College! Inclusive Opportunities in Higher Education
Perfect PLAAFP Statements Lead to Purposeful Plans
Scaffolding for STAAR A
I’ve Got 99 Problems. Communication Ain’t One.
The Hidden Impact of Second-Language Exposure
The Concrete Model of Good Math Instruction
Including Students with Sensory Impairments: It’s Just Best Practice
Progress Monitoring for Secondary Students: Making It Work
Writing: The Key to Academic Success
Interactive Accommodations For Literacy Challenges
Including Reading Instruction in the Secondary Inclusion Classroom
Struggling Students? “Tech”niques and Tools to the Rescue!
Register on Ecampus
Inclusion Institute 2014 (SU1427634) or Inclusion Institute 2014 – Virtual Conference (SU1428827)