This course is part of a series covering instructional practices. These practices were identified through an extensive, systematic meta-analysis* of the high-leverage practices for students with disabilities. Those who enroll in this interactive course will be able to do the following:
This course is part of a series covering the legal foundations of laws supporting students with disabilities. Those who enroll in this interactive course will be able to do the following:
In this video, Xuan Truong reflects upon how difficult school was for her as a student with a disability. She shared how she felt isolated and as if she was on the outside looking at a world that seemed inaccessible to her, until someone included her in a significant and meaningful way. Having key figures in her life to point out that she was capable made all the difference.
This course provides a review of the team members responsible for collaboratively developing the students individualized education program (IEP) as outlined in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and explains their roles on the IEP Team. This module also reviews some additional considerations for team membership and engagement in the IEP development process.
This course provides an overview of the seven required components of the individualized education program (IEP) as outlined in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The course explains how the required components of an IEP are interconnected and critically important for developing high-quality educational programming for students with disabilities, provides tips for developing IEPs that promote progress, and shares resources to learn more. This course is part of a larger series on IEPs. Additional modules will be added over time.
Check out the trailer for the new Path to PROGRESS Podcast. This podcast features educators discussing hot topics in education, with a focus on supporting students with disabilities. Episodes will tackle questions from the field and share free resources that educators and leaders can use to develop and implement high-quality educational programs for students with disabilities. Episode 1 is out now!
In collaboration with the National Center on Intensive Intervention, the PROGRESS Center has launched a new learning module library that includes a collection of self-paced learning modules designed to support professional learning of pre-service and in-service educators and administrators through just in time, self-directed, self-paced learning.
This course is intended to encourage reflection on the larger purpose of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and provide a brief introduction to the PROGRESS Center’s approach to promoting progress for students with disabilities by developing and implementing high-quality educational programming that meets procedural, substantive, and implementation requirements and ensures that students with disabilities have access to free appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment as outlined by IDEA.