Using the Take Charge Curriculum to Teach Self-Determination Skills, Educational Planning Knowledge and Engagement, and Persistence in School What is the evidence base? This is an evidence-based practice for students with disabilities based on two methodologically sound group design studies with random assignment studies with 184 total participants with and without disabilities. This is an evidence-based practice for students with ...
This presenter guide was developed to provide presentation materials for others to use for professional development focused on teaching self-determination to students with disabilities. This packet of materials includes: a Powerpoint presentation with a script, pre/post tests for students, and a workshop evaluation. The presentation includes information on what self-determination is, why it should be taught to students, how to ...
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This brief provides guidance and examples for how schools can use Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports to support college and career readiness efficiently and effectively.
Explore the importance and necessity of planning transition from a cultural lens with a focus on equity. Learn about key principles and best practices in culturally responsive approaches in transition planning for students with disabilities.
This webinar covers the importance of reflective teaching practices to support engagement and achievement of students with disabilities. Behavior management and classroom climate are also addressed as critical elements of effective teaching.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a method to improve learning for all students. This webinar provides you with the CAST framework of UDL and explanations for how one district incorporates UDL into their CTE programs.
School-Wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (SWPBIS) is a multi-tiered system that involves core features implemented through a variety of interventions across three prevention tiers to support students with disabilities work toward success in their social and academic goal.