WORKSHOP 14 - Specially Designed Instruction In Co-Teaching: Practical Examples Across Subjects, Domains, and Grades

Wednesday, March 03, 2021: 1:00 PM  - 4:00 PM 
WKP08 
Workshop 
PDHs:

Abstract

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Across the country, professionals are asking questions about specially designed instruction in co-taught classes: How can we make time for SDI when the curriculum moves at such a fast pace? How can SDI be offered unless we pull the students to the side or take them to the special education classroom? We have 7 (or 10 or 12) students with disabilities in our co-taught class—how can we possibly deliver SDI for all of them? Where can we find more examples of SDI and how it occurs in co-teaching? This workshop is designed to address those questions and more.

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

Learner Outcomes

- Identify the opportunities and obstacles of providing specially designed instruction in co-taught classes.
- Utilize in co-taught classes research-based SDI in the domains of reading and writing
- Implement in co-taught classes research-based SDI in the domains of mathematics
- Analyze realistic options for providing SDI related to behavior and social skills in co-taught classes. 

Session Leader

Marilyn Friend, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

Primary Topic Area - Required

Collaboration and Inclusive Practices