Evidenced-Based Practices for Instructional Decisions 21-22
Complete Attendance not available before workshop starts.
We all learn differently. Today's classroom instruction should include several common practices that are designed to meet the needs of all learners. Schools have an increased emphasis on the use of rigorous evidence-based research in guiding instructional decisions. How do we support school improvement and improve outcomes for students when there isn't a "one size fits all" program? This workshop will challenge your current practices as we deep dive into the evidenced-based research that supports inclusion, the multi-tiered student support team, differentiation, removing barriers, accommodating students with disabilities, documentation, and much more.
Attendees will be able to participate in this webinar in their district via the Zoom link provided in the registration confirmation email.
Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS)
Counselors / Social Workers
Related Services Personnel
Special Ed Directors
TPESS 1b Effective instructional practices
TPESS 1c Data-driven instruction / interventions
TPESS 1d Maximize learning for all students
TTESS 1.2 Data and Assessment
TTESS 1.3 Knowledge of Students
TTESS 2.4 Differentiation
TTESS 3.1 Classroom Environment, Routines, Procedures
*Region 7 Districts /Charters (FREE)
*Employees of Region 7 ESC (FREE)
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