PaTTAN offers ongoing training opportunities in the form of workshops, guided practice, seminars, statewide conferences, distance learning, video conferences, and online courses. Many of the training opportunities have accompanying support materials to further explain the concepts addressed in training and to provide “take home” materials for learners. They are available for download free of cost. You can filter our Instructional Materials by topic to find the resources most relevant to you.

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Intent Statement: Recognize the connection between fractions and decimals in a real world situation


Topic: Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities

Intent Statement: Complete a table that shows the relationship between two characteristics (e.g., height/weight, weather/heating costs)


Topic: Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities

Intent Statement: Using a visual/tactile representation (graph or table) identify the impact of a change in one characteristic on the second characteristic


Topic: Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities

Intent Statement: Put two or more steps in the correct order to solve an equation with numbers/quantities


Topic: Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities

Intent Statement: Compare the averages or middle values/quantities for two groups


Topic: Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities

Intent Statement: Identify operation (addition, subtraction, multiplication or division) that connects two sets of numbers/quantities Examples (Function…add 2, multiple 3, etc.)


Topic: Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities

Intent Statement: Use summary data combining two characteristics to make decisions about a real world problem.


Topic: Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities

Grade 11 – Math – Alternate Eligible Content


Topic: Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities

Grade 11 – Science – Alternate Eligible Content


Topic: Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities

Grade 11 – Writing – Alternate Eligible Content


Topic: Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities