Alternate Eligible Content: Spring Series 2015

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Participants will be provided with examples of the connections between increased academic expectations via the Alternate Eligible Content and its direct correlation to increased communication and language expectations for students eligible for an alternate assessment. Various classroom strategies to identify student communication/language preferences will be described as well as integration ideas of communication/language opportunities within academic instruction.

February 25, 2015
Handout 1: PowerPoint
Handout 2: Vocabulary Activity
Handout 3: Questions

March 25, 2015
Handout 1: Teacher’s Desk Reference – Effective Instruction
Handout 2: Teacher’s Desk Reference – Math
Handout 3: Teacher’s Desk Reference – Time Management
Handout 4: Increasing Academic Expectations – Math

April 22, 2015
Handout 1: Increasing Academic Expectations – English/Lang Arts/Reading

May 20, 2015
Handout 1: Data Collection
Handout 2: Student Progress 1
Handout 3: Student Progress 2
Handout 4: Increasing Academic Expectations – Creating Lessons


Title of Training: Alternate Eligible Content: Spring Series 2015
Presenter: Sharon Leonard
Training Date: 02/24/2015

Topic: Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities


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