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  • An Introduction to Supporting English Learners

  • Students who are learning English require careful and thoughtful instruction and interventions. English learners with disabilities require IEPs that are linguistically appropriate. The focus of this training is to ensure both the language acquisition and language processing needs of English Learners are being met by way of assessments, instructional strategies, reclassification best practices, and through the development of a reasonably calculated IEP.
  • Bay Area - East
  • Disability Focus
  • Learning
    Package:
  • Description:
  • Start Time:
  • 8:30:00 AM
  • End Time:
  • 3:30:00 PM
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  • 2019.04.18

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  • Review sources of data and determine ways in which the information can be operationalized into accessible interventions and instructional practices across settings
  • Define research-based, best practices for providing instruction and intervention for English Learners
  • Delve deeper into the core components and requirements for reclassification of English Learners including those with disabilities
  • Target
    Audience:
  • Special Education Administrators,Special Education Teachers,General Education Administrators,General Education Teachers,Case Managers
  • Indicator 01: Graduation 4 Year Rate,Indicator 02: Dropout 4 Year Rate,Indicator 03: Statewide Assessment,Indicator 09: Racial/Ethnic Disproportionality,Indicator 10: Disability Disproportionality
  • Annual
    Performance
    Report
    Indicators:

An Introduction to Supporting English Learners

2019.04.18

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Students who are learning English require careful and thoughtful instruction and interventions. English learners with disabilities require IEPs that are linguistically appropriate. The focus of this training is to ensure both the language acquisition and language processing needs of English Learners are being met by way of assessments, instructional strategies, reclassification best practices, and through the development of a reasonably calculated IEP.