WORKSHOP 08 - Specially Designed Instruction in Co-Teaching: Past the Basics and Into the Specifics

Wednesday, March 03, 2021: 9:00 AM  - 12:00 PM 
WKP08 
Workshop 
PDHs:

Abstract

*** THIS WORKSHOP REQUIRES AN ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION FEE ***

Students with disabilities must receive specially designed instruction (SDI) that meets their needs and accelerates their learning. At the same time, a large majority of these students are educated mostly in general education receive special education services through co-teaching. The goal of this workshop is to explore a highly intentional, data-driven process to analyze student needs, design SDI, plan with a co-teacher, and effectively implement and evaluate the instruction so that the goals of special education can be realized.

*** THIS WORKSHOP REQUIRES AN ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION FEE *** 

Learner Outcomes

- Analyze at least three types of data that are the starting point for the design of specially designed instruction (SDI).
- Outline a specially designed instruction (SDI) planning process that includes the semester or school year, the unit or week, and the daily plan.
- Explain how SDI should be selected, including strategies and techniques that address both IEP goals and learner characteristics.
- Embed the delivery of SDI into the six classic co-teaching approaches and variations of them. 

Session Leader

Marilyn Friend, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

Primary Topic Area - Required

Collaboration and Inclusive Practices