Novice teachers struggle in differentiating their instruction for special education students. Most new teachers can remember their “Students With Special Needs” course in college, and being aware that there would be special education students in their classroom. They are not, however, prepared for the reality of how many special education students they would have, and the severity of their disabilities.
Starting with World Autism Awareness Day, April brings us a month of celebrating each unique individual who is a brother, sister, son, daughter, aunt, uncle, neighbor, student, or friend.
Join us as we help with questions administrators consider about the “when, how, who, and what” of new programs.
Participants in this webinar will learn what sexuality education content is important to teach, and how to teach such content.
In this webinar, attendees will discuss challenges for educators providing instructional opportunities while also ensuring that all learners have meaningful participation.
Dr. Purcell provided attendees with resources, tools, information, and skills to assist them in understanding and implementing collaborative partnerships that build connections and foster authentic engagement through leading by convening.
Implementation doesn’t come with a download. Whether your student is using a free AAC app, a simple app, a complex app, or an app that costs hundreds of dollars, student and partner strategies probably aren’t as easy as the click was to install the app. Well there is no need to get discouraged and think that you have to download another app to get to AAC utopia!