Maximizing Student Success: Practical Application of the Section 504 Technical Assistance Guide for Educators - 33273

The 504 Technical Assistance Guide (TAG) is an essential tool for educators who support students with disabilities or special needs. This guide provides a framework for creating and implementing effective 504 plans, which are individualized accommodations designed to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to education. In this workshop, participants will explore best practices for identifying and accommodating students with disabilities as well as strategies for working collaboratively with parents, students, and other stakeholders. Through interactive activities, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the 504 process. They will leave the workshop with practical tools and resources for creating effective 504 plans and strategies for monitoring and adjusting plans as needed to ensure that students continue to receive the support they need to succeed. This session is aligned with the Child Find, FAPE, and LRE components of the TEA-required self-assessment.

Schedule & Location
7/1/2024 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
ESC Region 11 - Collaborate B
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Assistant Principals, Charter School Personnel, Counselors, Principals, Teacher - General Education, Teacher Supervisors
Understand the purpose and requirements of Section 504 as outlined in the Technical Assistance Guide (TAG). Learn how to identify students who may need a 504 plan and the process for creating and implementing a plan. Discuss Best Practices for working collaboratively with parents, students, and other stakeholders to create effective 504 plans. Gain practical tools and resources to create and implement effective 504 plans.
Session 59922
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T-TESS 2.4,2.5,4.3

Registration Deadline 6/27/2024 12:00 am
Credit Type Continuing Professional Education
Duration 06:00

Beth Hewett ESC Region 11, Marci Harkins ESC Region 11

Beth Hewett

For assistance contact:

Beth Hewett
Instructional Specialist Dyslexia
(817) 740-7505

Marci Harkins

For assistance contact:

Marci Harkins
Dyslexia Specialist