The video below highlights one Round Rock principal’s unique approach to inclusion scheduling:
With increased accountability measures, the elimination of STAAR-M, and the constant need for efficient and effective deployment of special education staff, campus and district administrators may be interested in advanced inclusion training.
Region 13 is offering a 1/2 day administrative overview of our Power of Inclusion workshop on July 21 (SU1428384). This 3-hour workshop is specially designed for campus and district-level administrators supporting teachers and students in an inclusion model. Topics covered will include:
- LRE data
- Co-Teaching observation
- Specially Designed Instruction
- Scheduling Tools
Appropriate administrative support is essential to the success of an inclusion program. Attendance at this fast-paced, half-day workshop will give you the tools you need to support your teachers and students.
Another convenient option for administrators is to access and view our free online webinar: No More Square Pegs in Round Holes: Master Scheduling for Inclusion (SP1327536).
And finally, Region 13 education specialists are available, on a limited basis, to work directly with campus and district administrators on master scheduling and inclusion support. For more information, contact Cathy Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Matt Holloway (email@example.com).