• How to Effectively Support Students with IEPs in General Education Settings

  • Building a bridge from school to college, career and civic life readiness is an essential focus in an inclusive school. Having high expectations for all students and providing access to the general education curriculum in the least restrictive environment (LRE) has proven to show positive outcomes for students. In order to promote this work, educators need to be equipped with the strategies to support students with unique learning needs. This training will offer administrators and educators information on evidence-based practices and practical strategies that are grounded in the tenants of research and fidelity.

    Participants will be able to:

    • The value of inclusive practices for all students
    • Strategies to promote collaboration between general education and special education staff in the classroom
    • Understand the legal requirements surrounding implementation of Individual Education Plan (IEP) accommodations and modifications
    • Identify where to locate a student’s individualized accommodations, how to implement them with fidelity, and procedures for documenting the implementation.
    • Understand evidence-based and high-yield teaching strategies to promote teaching and environmental considerations to support student learning in an inclusive school
    • Identify strategies that can effectively be implemented in their unique educational setting
    • Ensure identified strategies are “strategically” intensified or faded based on progress monitoring data collection
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  • Regional Professional Learning
  • San Diego Area
  • Topic:
  • Inclusive Environments
  • LCAP Priority Areas:
  • Student Achievement,School Climate,State Standards and Common Core,Student Engagement
  • Start Time:
  • 09:00:00 AM
  • End Time:
  • 04:00:00 PM
  • 2018.02.21

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How to Effectively Support Students with IEPs in General Education Settings

2018.02.21

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Building a bridge from school to college, career and civic life readiness is an essential focus in an inclusive school. Having high expectations for all students and providing access to the general education curriculum in the least restrictive environment (LRE) has proven to show positive outcomes for students. In order to promote this work, educators need to be equipped with the strategies to support students with unique learning needs. This training will offer administrators and educators information on evidence-based practices and practical strategies that are grounded in the tenants of research and fidelity.

Participants will be able to:

  • The value of inclusive practices for all students
  • Strategies to promote collaboration between general education and special education staff in the classroom
  • Understand the legal requirements surrounding implementation of Individual Education Plan (IEP) accommodations and modifications
  • Identify where to locate a student’s individualized accommodations, how to implement them with fidelity, and procedures for documenting the implementation.
  • Understand evidence-based and high-yield teaching strategies to promote teaching and environmental considerations to support student learning in an inclusive school
  • Identify strategies that can effectively be implemented in their unique educational setting
  • Ensure identified strategies are “strategically” intensified or faded based on progress monitoring data collection