Posts Tagged ‘scheduling’

Power of Inclusion: Administrative Overview

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 […]

Master Scheduling, Inclusion Science, Free Books, and More!

Several items of interest for educators working to support inclusion settings: 1. Cathy Miller’s presentation on Master Scheduling with inclusion in mind, No More Square Pegs in Round Holes, is now available as a free webinar: This 45-minute presentation gives administrators access to a host of tools to make sure that students with disabilities […]

A Unique Approach to Inclusion

“Special education teachers make great team leaders because they don’t focus on content, they focus on children.” Robert Sormani, principal of Chisholm Trail Middle School in Round Rock ISD, talks about his unique approach to scheduling for inclusion and collaboration amongst his teachers at our Perspectives on Inclusion panel during last week’s Leadership Network Conference.

Creating A Master School Schedule ….

is like working a 3-D jigsaw puzzle. With  budget constraints looming over our heads, building a master school schedule becomes even more important than ever before.  A well planned master school schedule accompanied by thoughtful student placement can ensure that limited staff and resources are used in the most efficient ways possible.  This planning is […]

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