Recorded April 27, 2021 This presentation by NTACT:C staff members, Bettie Ray Butler, Natasha Mitchell, and DJ Ralston will provide information on the following: Begin to understand and deconstruct key equity-oriented language Understand how disability and poverty intersect and its resulting implications Critically reflect on one’s own biases using mental models Reimagine student and youth re-engagement in secondary education and …
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 series of pre-recorded webinars highlights the five required pre-employment transition services. Each of the five webinars include curricula/activities, state spotlights, examples of expected outcomes and ways to identify student progress, tips for successful service delivery, and additional supports and resources that may be used to provide these services for students with disabilities. Please be sure to complete the evaluation located …
Explores effective practices, resources, and strategies for family members and professional staff in supporting students with disabilities to access and participate in work-based learning experiences in virtual and distance learning environments
Get an overview of the development of a new measure, College and Career Readiness for Transition (CCR4T).
Effective strategies and tools to build collaborative partnerships between VR and LEAs to improve services coordination for students with disabilities are revealed.
This webinar is on the importance of collaborative partnerships across multiple stakeholders such as CTE, special education, vocational rehabilitation to support positive post school outcomes for students with disabilities in CTE.
Learn about culturally responsive ways to connect with families, especially those with multiple challenges in their lives.
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.
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