Utilizing Accommodations in a Secondary Mathematics Classroom - 31627

IDEA mandates that appropriate accommodations be provided for learners with a disability in the least-restrictive environment, typically the general education classroom. Also, those accommodations may be delivered differently, depending on the learner's needs. In this session, participants will learn research-based strategies that support the implementation of IEP accommodations in a secondary mathematics classroom for students identified with a disability in math calculations and math reasoning. Adapting how students access instruction through appropriate accommodations ensures that learners with specially designed instruction can progress in the general education curriculum while simultaneously experiencing self-efficacy along the way. This session is aligned with the IEP Content, Development, and Implementation as well as Instructional Strategies components of the TEA-required self-assessment.

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Charter School Personnel, Teacher - High School (Grades 9-12), Teacher - Middle School (Grades 6-8), Teacher - Special Education, Instructional Leaders
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