This presenter guide is a set of resources for conducting a 1-hour professional development on teaching self-determination to students with disabilities. We welcome your feedback on their use. The PowerPoint cannot be edited to maintain the accuracy of the resources. Facilitator notes for each slide are included and provide guidance on how to use the additional materials assembled here for …
In this webinar, get an introduction to the RSA and IDEA data states collect and learn how these data can be used for program improvement.
This interactive Watch Party will highlight the newly released NTACT:C resource Locating and Re-Engaging Secondary Students with Disabilities.
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 …
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.