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What Principals Need to Know: What to Look For in Specially Designed Instruction
August 13 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 amFree
It is the goal of every principal to create inclusive school environments that improve outcomes for all students, including students with disabilities. How can a principal stay informed about the most effective systems of support, both evidence-based and required by regulations, while also being engaged in the business of running a school?
Consider joining this early morning series of meetings of committed principals. In each 90-minute session, principals will learn about one school-wide system that supports diverse learners, receive a simple checklist or practice guide for implementing the practice, and have the opportunity to talk to other principals about how the practice is being implemented in their school. You can engage in valuable learning and still be back in your school in time for morning meetings!
August 13: Specially designed instruction (SDI) is the unique set of supports provided to an individual student based on his/her learning needs to remove barriers that result from the student’s disability. So what exactly does this look like in practice?This session will provide a short overview of what a principal should see when observing teachers of students with disabilities providing SDI.
Click here to register for the August 13 session on Frontline.
Don’t forget to register for these other sessions for principals:
July 16: Graduation Options Update
July 23: What to Look For in Positive Classroom Management
July 30: Culturally Responsive Mindset: What is the Climate in my School?
August 6: Testing Accommodations