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Supporting Diverse Learners in Inclusive Settings is a Course

Supporting Diverse Learners in Inclusive Settings

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About this Course

If you struggle to support students performing and progressing at different levels within the same classroom, you are not alone!

This course is designed to help teachers meet students where they are, even those working well below grade level in order to provide access to the curriculum and help those students with unfinished learning. Aligning sub skills from the Ohio Learning Standards will increase teacher clarity and assist teachers in providing effective intervention for students who may be performing below grade level.

Credit: 6 Contact Hours
Course Type: Self-Paced Online Course
Course Level: All levels from Apprentice through Expert can benefit from this content
Target Audience: General Educators, Intervention Specialists, Special Education Directors, Curriculum Directors, Instructional Coaches
Cost: FREE

Expected Learning Outcomes
At the conclusion of this course, participants will:

  • Develop an understanding of the Ohio Learning Standards and indicators' prerequisite skills that can be used as entry points into the curriculum to provide greater access to the content.
  • Learn to Understand, Diagnose, and Take Action to address unfinished learning and help students gain skills needed to move toward grade level standards.

Requirements

  • none

Meet the Instructors

Photo of Dee Dee HoweDee Dee Howes has been a special educator for over 23 years. Before joining SST8, Dee Dee was an Intervention Specialist across all grade levels, a special education supervisor, and a director. She specializes in compliance, instructional and behavioral intervention for students of low incidence, communication, and all other areas of service delivery. Dee Dee is passionate about helping other educators meet the needs of diverse learners.

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