For more information or to register for this training, visit: https://www.cahelp.org/ Wearing Two Hats - The Dually-Identified Children: Working Effectively With English Learners With Special Needs ACADEMIC SUPPORTS
Requirements from the federal and state laws dictate that children who are English learners (Els) with disabilities be provided with a linguistically appropriate IEP to achieve equitable educational outcomes. Referencing the California Road-map and the California’s Practitioners’ Guide for Educating English Learners with Disabilities, these series of workshops will focus on the practices, tools, and supports for English learners. Workshop One will focus on the moral imperative and on what the law says about the pre-referral process, identification, and assessment procedures; Workshop Two will cover instructing English learners with disabilities; Workshop Three will cover developing a linguistically appropriate IEP and writing linguistically appropriate IEP goals; and Workshop Four will provide understanding of the reclassification process for ELs who are dually identified.
School psychologists, speech-language pathologists, general education teachers, special education teachers, bilingual/ELD personnel, and administrators.
# KARINA QUEZADA
PROGRAM SPECIALIST ¨ (760) 955-3578 x firstname.lastname@example.org 2 2:50 Hours
Ɔ Pupil Engagement, Pupil
Achievement, Implementing State Standards, Course Access
For more information or to register for this training, visit: https://www.cahelp.org/ The Basics of Accessing the Curriculum Through Assistive Technology ASSESSMENT
Assistive technology (AT) and accessible instructional materials can provide equitable opportunities for students to access the curriculum. The purpose of assistive technology (AT) is to identify what supports and options are required in order for a student to make progress towards his/her goals. This course will introduce participants to the SETT framework, a four-part model intended to encourage collaborative decision making for AT considerations. The SETT framework is a guideline for gathering data to make effective AT decisions. SETT is an acronym examining: Student’s abilities and concerns, Environments in which the student experiences barriers, Tasks which are difficult for the student to accomplish (IEP goals), and Tools that may be useful to accomplish the identified task(s).
Site administrators, special education teachers, and paraprofessionals.
# SHEILA PARISIAN
PROGRAM SPECIALIST ¨ (760) 955-3567 x email@example.com 2 3:00 Hours
Ɔ Basic Services, Course Access, Other Pupil Outcomes
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