Posts Tagged ‘science’

Inclusion Support for Science Teachers

Students who receive special education services are very commonly included in general education Science classes. This population of students needs Specially Designed Instruction that serves their unique educational needs. Remember that teachers who work primarily outside of special education need to have professional development towards special education if they are working with those students (Texas […]

Accommodations Strategies and Resources

  We hope you all are having fun, safe, refreshing summers so far. As we talk with teachers around the Region, there is a lot of discussion about graphic organizers as mnemonic accommodations for students with learning disabilities. For certain students, blank graphic organizers may also be allowable accommodations on the statewide assessment. Research into […]

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: http://www4.esc13.net/agc/webinars/ This 45-minute presentation gives administrators access to a host of tools to make sure that students with disabilities […]

Accessing the General Curriculum in the Content Areas

Region 13 Education Specialists are teaming up to provide you with content area specific special education training. This training will provide you with a comparison of STAAR and STAAR Modified, how to modify assessments to align with STAAR Modified, allowable accommodations on STAAR, and using accommodations in the classroom. This training is for general and special […]

Special Education & Science

Special education teachers working in inclusion classrooms may be interested in STAAR Review Camps for high school (SP1325567) and middle school (SP1325319), as well as the ever-popular AGC in Science course (SP1325564). All three workshops will be presented by a collaboration of Science and Special Education Specialists.   Visit  https://ecampus.esc13.net  for more information.  

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