See Me. Know Me. BE ME!! - An Immersion Experience - Spring 2020 Online - 25075

Learn what a Specific Learning Disability looks like and feels like. The course opens by establishing "the why." The learning journey continues with hands-on interactions/simulations, video examples, guiding prompts, and learner reflection. Learners walk through evidence-based support strategies for struggling students. The last section of the course helps learners understand how to identify and leverage student strengths and then apply knowledge of strategies for a student case study. As learners engage in this self-paced, online course, UDL Guidelines are modeled for participants by providing multiple means for the "WHY," "WHAT," and "HOW" of this learning. Participants will have ongoing access to the content and a bank of strategies to meet the just-in-time demands of today's classroom instructional planning.
Schedule & Location
4/1/2020 - 4/30/2020
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Teacher - General Education, Teacher - Special Education, Assistant Principals, Charter School Personnel, Community, Diagnosticians, Parents, Principals
Prerequisite/Special Notes
None Learning Objectives: Educators will- ** Understand what a Specific Learning Disability looks like and feels like **Understand specific cognitive processes/abilities/areas that are evaluated **Describe academic difficulties associated with the cognitive areas. **List specific instructional Considerations teachers should include when planning lessons. **Revise a lesson plan to include intentional planning for differentiation.
Session 47755
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T-TESS 1.3,1.4,2.4,3.1

Registration Deadline 4/15/2020 12:00 am
Credit Type Continuing Professional Education
Duration 12:00
T-PESS 1B,1C & 1D

Linda McDonald Walker ESC 11, Stefanie Cassels ESC Region 11

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Linda McDonald-Walker

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Linda McDonald-Walker
Special Education Specialist
(817) 740-7539

Tonya Munoz

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Tonya Munoz
Program Assistant
(817) 740-7511