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CO-TEACHING THAT WORKS: Powerful Strategies to Accelerate Student Success in Today's Inclusive Classrooms

 

Co-teaching has become an ever more important way to provide the necessary supports for diverse learners with special needs. At the same time, many co-teachers struggle to determine the best ways to go about supporting their students’ needs using the latest co-teaching models, strategies and approaches. In this seminar, you will learn how to identify the most appropriate co-teaching strategies to more rapidly increase student success.

What to expect…

  • The most up-to-date approaches and best practices to strengthen your co-taught classroom

  • Dozens of practical co-teaching strategies to increase the success of students with diverse learning needs

  • Highly effective co-teaching strategies that provide maximum benefits and help your students make greater gains from every co-taught lesson

  • Timesaving ways to select the most appropriate co-teaching strategies to meet individual students’ academic and behavioral needs

 

 

Five Key Benefits of Attending

  1. Create Powerful Co-Teaching Partnerships
    Learn the crucial components of effective co-teaching relationships … Gain practical ideas to develop powerful instructional teams that better promote student success

  2. Ensure that Both Teachers are Fully Utilized
    Discover the best co-teaching models to mak
    e co-teachers feel valued and useful … Maximize the instructional impact of both teachers

  3. Establish Effective Co-planning Strategies
    Create lesson plans that incorporate co-teaching models, student supports and effective instructional strategies

  4. Improve Your Co-teaching Partnership to Better Support All Students
    Increase the effectiveness of both co-teachers’
    efforts in the classroom to better meet the needs of your students with special needs … Explore a variety of highly effective co-teaching approaches and strategies

  5. Maintain High Expectations in Your Co-Taught Classroom
    Utilize innovative ways to keep the focus on rigor and relevance in your co-taught classroom while providing more supportive instruction for students

Improving Learning Outcomes for STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

 

It's time to write a new story about special education! If you are looking for fresh, hope-giving approaches to your work to improve learner outcomes in special education, then this seminar designed specifically for you!

In this exciting NEW seminar, Dr. Corbie Archey will  share dozens of tips, tools and practical strategies to rekindle your fire for special education. Rachel shares impactful strategies for increasing learning outcomes for students with special needs. During this fast-paced day, you will discover the best tools designed specifically to meet the demands of special educators. Join Rachel as she shares her countless resources for the betterment of student learning. The seminar is designed to increase student achievement, reduce burnout and bolster enthusiasm for the daily work of special educators just like you!

 

Five Key Benefits of Attending

  1. Incorporate Innovative Strategies to Improve Learning Outcomes
    Discover strategies to capture student interest and engage even the most reluctant learner for improved outcomes

  2. Utilize Evidence-Based Approaches to Address the Unique Needs of Your Students
    Acquire timesaving data collection strategies specific to student needs … Intervene more effectively and increase progress on individual educational goals

  3. Discover the Most Effective Special Education Teaching Strategies
    Learn a variety of research-based, brain-based strategies that you can use to increase student progress … Leave with classroom tested strategies that best align with improved learning outcomes

  4. Boost Your Effectiveness in Building Student Capacity for Learning
    Increase your knowledge base of ideas and strategies to help students tap into their capabilities and leverage their strengths

  5. Reverse the Trend of Learned Helplessness and Increase the Opportunity for Students to Take Ownership of Their Learning
    Learn the keys to reversing this tendency … Discover strategies to promote self-advocacy and increased achievement

 

Catching Up Your STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES Who Have Fallen Behind

Are you struggling with ways to provide targeted, engaging instruction for students with disabilities in the face of a growing gapi n your students’ academic achievement? Are you looking for practical strategies to catch up students with disabilities who have fallen behind? If so, you won’t want to miss this NEW seminar by outstanding special education teacher and instructional coach Dr. Corbie Archey. The focus of this seminar is on the most effective, cutting-edge instructional practices specifically targeted at helping catch up students with disabilities who have fallen behind. Learn how to provide the instructional supports necessary to meet each of your students right where they are and to accelerate their progress. Discover an array of proven strategies for focusing your instruction to meet the varied needs of your students with disabilities who have fallen behind.

 

Six Key Benefits of Attending

  1. Help Your Students with Disabilities Who Have Fallen Behind to Catch Up
    How to boost the learning of your students with disabilities … Expand your personal repertoire of teaching tools to help your students with disabilities who have fallen behind to catch up

  2. Increase Academic Vocabulary Development
    Engage your students in instructional strategies that will improve their academic language development across content areas

  3. Employ Research-Based Learning Methods
    Learn how to boost learning through proven, motivating and fun techniques … Enhance and advance the knowledge and skills of your students with disabilities who have fallen behind

  4. Help Your Students with Disabilities Make Greater Gains in Their Academic Achievement
    Discover easy-to-incorporate strategies designed to strengthen the impact of your instructional practices to help students with disabilities excel

  5. Keep Your Students with Disabilities Engaged and Actively Participating
    Explore practical and teacher-friendly ideas to
    engage your students and to get and keep them actively participating in your lessons and their learning

  6. Provide Social and Emotional Support for Students with Disabilities Impacted by the Pandemic
    Incorporate practical strat
    egies for supporting the social and emotional needs of students who have suffered trauma, are anxious or simply need a little more encouragement and understanding

Improve Instruction in the Self-Contained Classroom for Students with Severe Disabilities 

Learn key elements for improving instruction through defining explicit and systematic instruction with intensive supports, designing and formatting lessons, instructional organization, strategies for instructional presentations, data collection, progress monitoring, and defining the level of student support. 

 

Early Intervention Strategies to Help Young Children with Developmental Delays and Challenging Behaviors (Preschool-Kindergarten)

This outstanding seminar has been designed for educators who want to strengthen their early intervention skills in working with students with special needs in preschool and kindergarten. Lisa Rogers will introduce you to numerous, research-based practices that will broaden your teaching repertoire and increase the opportunities for students with a variety of special needs, including those with challenging behaviors, developmental delays and students on the autism spectrum. She will bring her toolkit of practical strategies for developing a proactive learning environment where students can learn and you can teach, even those students who have difficult, challenging behaviors. Participants will gain dozens of academic, social and behavioral strategies to use immediately. You will leave this outstanding seminar with greater confidence to begin or continue your support of young children with special needs and a toolbox full of effective strategies that can be implemented with your preschool and kindergarten students immediately.

Nine Key Benefits of Attending

  1. Early Intervention Strategies for Students with Challenging Behaviors and Developmental Delays in Preschool and Kindergarten

  2. Implement practical, research based strategies that work for young students with a wide variety of special needs including students with autism spectrum disorders, Asperger’s Syndrome and other pervasive developmental disorders … Practical and proactive interventions you can use immediately

  3. Actively Engage and Increase the Learning Success of Your Preschool and Kindergarten Students with Special Needs

  4. Specific strategies to build on students’ strengths to engage them in learning … Implement powerful early intervention and structured teaching strategies

  5.  Practical Ways to Use Assessment to Develop Early Behavior Intervention Plans

  6. Challenging behavior is a common characteristic of students with special needs, ranging from disengagement to aggression and everything in between … Learn how to collect the right data to develop a behavior plan that works

  7.  Increase Positive and Acceptable Behaviors

  8. Learn the power of structure in activities, schedules and the physical environment … Best ways to use visual strategies and support students’ sensory needs in a variety of settings for all your students with developmental delays and challenging behaviorsSpecific Tools and Strategies to Address Specific Individual Needs

  9. Discover the function of specific behaviors in order to apply the best interventions … Successful ways to use reinforcement techniques to teach replacement and alternative behaviors … Implement the right intervention for each specific behavior

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