High-leverage practices can improve instruction and result in better outcomes for students who struggle, including students with disabilities. Teachers who master these practices can engage in complex instructional practice and collaborations. These resources will support leaders as they design professional development opportunities to introduce and improve high-leverage practices in special education and encourage conversations about their use. “High-leverage practices (HLPs) in special education reflect research on the effective methods that help struggling learners succeed (CEEDAR, 2017).” With summer and fall professional learning in mind, explore these resources.
- High Leverage Practices in Special Education (CEEDAR, 2017). Request YOUR Personal Copy Here
- High Leverage Practices Leadership Guides available for each HLP
- High-Leverage Practices in Special Education: Professional Development Guide
- High Leverage Practices Self-Assessment Tools
- HLP Practice-based Learning Opportunities and Activities
- High Leverage Practices for Inclusive Classrooms (2019. McLeskey, Maheady, Billingsley, Brownell, and Lewis). Available from the TTAC ODU Lending Library.