Posts Tagged ‘student placement’

Working with Paraprofessionals Guidance Document

The AGC (Access to the General Curriculum) statewide team, in conjunction with the Texas Education Agency, has published a resource document called “Working with Paraprofessionals: A Resource for Teachers of Students with Disabilities”. This document includes sections on: Roles and Responsibilities General and Special Education Settings Non-Traditional Settings Communication Confidentiality Documentation Professional Development and Instruction […]

Inclusion Resources

The Region 13 AGC team would like to wish everyone a happy, safe, and fun summer break. We know we’ll see many of you here for workshops and institutes throughout the summer, and we would also like to share some valuable resources. Statewide Guidance Documents: Co-Teaching Guidelines Least Restrictive Environment IEP Annual Goal Development These […]

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.

Room for All: Supporting Inclusive Classrooms

  Join ESC Education Specialists, JC Sanders and Matt Holloway, for the third and final webinar in the Inclusion Webinar Series. This final webinar will discuss best practices in inclusion classrooms, with an emphasis on addressing IEP goals and objectives in daily instruction. Register now to view the live webinar on Tuesday, December 18 at 11:45 AM […]

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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