Students should never be mere spectators during the IEP process. As educators, we must work to address any barriers that limit a student’s voice from being at the forefront. (Biegun, Peterson, McNaught, & Sutterfield, 2020). When some of us hear the term student-led IEP, we might envision a student sitting at the head of the… Read More How to Make Student-Led IEPs a Reality
“Inclusion involves a process of systemic reform embodying changes and modifications in content, teaching methods, approaches, structures and strategies in education to overcome barriers with a vision serving to provide all students of the relevant age range with an equitable and participatory learning experience and environment that best corresponds to their requirements and preferences.” (Hehir et… Read More Self-Paced Course: ASD and Inclusive Practices for All
Are you seeking evidence-based practices in mathematics, but cannot find the time to scour through mountains of research? Well, these practical guides have condensed evidence-based math best practices into ready-to-use guides. Just click the image to download the resource. Problem Solved! Building Understanding of Word Problems Using UPS Check This TACtic describes UPS-Check problem-solving process… Read More From Research to Practice: Check Out These User-Friendly Math Resources
Whether you are teaching face-to-face, virtually, or in a hybrid situation, there are many promising practices and strategies that can be effective with exceptional learners. In fact, many existing evidence-based, high-leverage practices can be implemented within distance learning programs. Murawski and Gaines (2021) suggest the following to make learning work for everyone: EMBRACE Universal Design… Read More Doing What Works With Exceptional Learners In All Learning Settings
Many assessment teams and educators have found creative and flexible methods for completing evaluation components virtually. These include adopting new measures that allow for the flexibility required in virtual administration and working collaboratively with Part C programs to share data and observations as children transition between programs. Norm-Referenced Assessment Tools for Children Birth to Age Five Years with… Read More Lemonade from Non-Standard Lemons: Virtual Administration of Early Childhood Assessments
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Looking for an opportunity to get support, brainstorm, find resources, or just check in with others? Virtual office hours for ASD and Behavior supports are available on select Tuesday’s from 3:30-4:30. You can sign up on the Autism Focus Page under the Virtual Office Hours tab.