Posts Tagged ‘strategies’

Announcing the Region 13 Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Professional Learning Community (PLC)!

  Are you looking for a way to transform your teaching and your students’ learning? Submit your application to join the Region 13 Universal Design for Learning Professional Learning Community!  This PLC is designed to provide cohort members with an understanding of the UDL framework, knowledge and resources to support UDL implementation, and individualized learning […]

UDL Series: Universal Design for Learning and Social Emotional Learning

“Emotion has a substantial influence on the cognitive processes in humans, including perception, attention, learning, memory, reasoning, and problem solving” (Tyng, Amin, Saad, & Malik, 2017). Each day, teachers experience the challenging connections between emotion and learning.  The good news is that we can plan for social and emotional variability in our classrooms by referencing the UDL […]

FBA & BIP Issues and Strategies

FBA & BIP Issues and Strategies Workshop Join us for a day of learning to support a behavioral team in facilitating a smooth FBA and BIP process in even the most difficult situations. As a district-level specialist, LSSP, SLP, teacher, or other related service provider, you know the importance of an FBA and a quality BIP, and you probably conduct […]

Closing the Gap with Specially Designed Instruction

Region 13 has partnered with San Marcos CISD to share their unique approach to instructional design for students with disabilities. By using multiple data sources and the TEKS vertical alignment documents, the district has defined what a modified curriculum means to them and implements it through the  “Gap Plans” described in the course. This course […]

Math for All – AGC in Math

        STAAR – Modified is going away. What does that mean for my students in math next year? In this workshop you will learn how to accommodate and modify instruction in the math classroom. Develop a plan for preparing all your students for higher expectations. Hands-on experiences will be provided to show […]

Collaborating for Inclusion

The Power of Inclusion: Co-Teaching workshop at Region 13 is an updated version of the Power of Two. While participants still acquire best practice approaches to co-teaching, there is an added emphasis on planning for, and navigating, the multiple partnerships that often go into a campus’ inclusion program. There are still a few seats available […]

Do your students struggle with basic math facts?

Students with working memory difficulties, math disabilities, and other learning disabilities can really struggle with the memorization of the basic math facts.  Even though there are tools like multiplication charts to provide accommodations for students, this deficiency will continue to hinder their mathematical abilities in later grades and in life. So what can we do? […]

FREE STAAR Accommodations Webinar

  View the RECORDED webinar here:     This FREE 45-minute webinar will include a review of TEA’s accommodations documentation and 15 minutes for questions and answers. Title: Accommodations Triangle Review Q&A Date: Thursday, February 28, 2013 Time: 9:00 AM – 9:45 AM CST

Inclusion Institute Registration OPEN

Registration is now open for the June 14, 2013 Inclusion Institute — Attend in Person: SU1323425 Attend Virtually: SU1325767 Join us for an energetic institute focused on effective collaboration and instructional practices to better support students with disabilities in the general education classroom! Following a dynamic keynote speaker and productive breakout sessions, you’ll walk away […]

Social Studies Inclusion in the Age of STAAR

Accessing the General Curriculum in Social Studies: Inclusion in the Age of STAAR Register at eCampus SP1325858 In this workshop we will: · Develop instructional strategies for teachers in inclusive Social Studies classrooms · Analyze STAAR-M questions for modification strategies · Study accommodations available to students with disabilities on Social Studies assessments · Engage in […]

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