Reaching All Students in a General Ed Classroom
Research shows that there are many benefits to inclusive practices. Additionally, IDEA requires that students be served in the least-restrictive-environment possible. However, this does not mean having students with disabilities just present in the room. Instead, the students need to be engaged and interacting with the content and their peers. This session breaks down differentiation and UDL strategies that are easy to implement in a classroom setting. This way all students are able to access the content at their level and work towards their individualized goals. Attendees will leave with a simple graphic organizer that they can use when lesson planning so differentiation is not an after-thought.
Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
October 18, 2022
Reaching All Students in a General Ed Classroom
Speaker Information
Sarah Apacible-Holm
Liliana Narcizo
Individual topic purchase: Selected
CTA Virtual Pass
2023-2024 University Credit Program: 0.50
This seminar is presented free of charge.