T-TAC Professional Development Opportunities
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Learning in Action: Using Universal Design for Learning to Improve Instruction and Increase Engagement
- March 15, 2017
- Thomas Nelson Community College Workforce Development Center
This interactive session will explore ways to design educational experiences that inspire and challenge learners of all ages and abilities. Participants will experience instructional activities across all content areas that feature Universal Design for Learning as a framework. The three core components of UDL will be addressed:
- Actively engaging all learners
- Presenting material in multiple ways to appeal to all learners
- Providing multiple ways for students to demonstrate what they have learned
- Online Professional Development Activity
The purpose of collecting data is to provide objective evidence of a program’s effectiveness and to guide instructional decisions. Educators can ensure that they provide meaningful instruction by collecting useful data on students’ progress and then use the data to make instructional decisions. In other words, with meaningful data, educators can adjust their instruction in response to students’ performance.
Ongoing Online Book Study – Guided Math is a model that offers all students an opportunity to develop their mathematics skills. This book Study consists of 9 online modules, and is facilitated by Tamara Smith-Moyler, T-TAC ODU Curriculum and Instruction Specialist.
Ongoing Online Book Study – This book study will provide both general and special education teachers with a greater understanding of the challenges that special education students may face in the mathematics classroom and offers strategies to address the different needs. This book Study consists of 8 online modules, and is facilitated by Tamara Smith-Moyler, T-TAC ODU Curriculum and Instruction Specialist.