Are you an educator who is struggling to meet the individual needs of all your students? Are you an administrator or professional development provider looking to support teachers in meeting the individual needs of their students? Did you know there is a validated process that assists educators in using data to develop and implement specially designed instruction (SDI)? Join experts from the PROGRESS Center and National Center on Intensive Intervention (NCII) on April 27th from 4:00-5:00 pm ET to learn more.
In this video, Kathleen Donovan, Parent Resource Center Coordinator for Arlington Public Schools and parent, Gina Argotti discuss how they used the platform of a Spanish language soap opera, or telenovela, to explain and demystify the special education process for Spanish speaking families. This series was designed to support the engagement of families in the special education process, share information, encourage advocacy skills, and foster collaborative home-school partnerships which positively impact student success.
Family participation is an essential feature of the development and implementation of high-quality educational programming for students with disabilities. Families bring important information related to their child's academic, functional, and behavioral strengths, needs, and goals. As a result, it is important to ensure that the individualized education program (IEP) team is truly a partnership that values all participants' perspectives. All participants must understand each team members’ role and value the expertise they bring to the development and implementation of the IEP.
This course focuses on delivering instruction. It 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:
Need help supporting struggling students, including students with disabilities, in your private school? This event shared how private schools can use a tiered system of supports to meet the diverse needs of students, including those with disabilities! The event featured the following:
Did you see that the PROGRESS Center and TIES Center were featured in a recent article, Improving belonging, social-emotional wellness requires coordination across all levels of K-12? This article highlighted information from a recent presentation at the OSEP Leadership and Project Directors Conference featuring PROGRESS Center Director Dr. Tessie Bailey, TIES Center Director Dr. Kristin Liu, and PROGRESS Center Educator in Resident Kevallyn Drake.
This course focuses on planning for instruction. It 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: