“Attitudes and Beliefs, Challenges and Solutions.” A fall 2018 Early Childhood Professional Learning Opportunity webinar. Continue Reading Growing Opportunities for Natural and Inclusive Practices Through Collaborative Relationships
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Make the most of your annual IFSP meeting. Be ready to discuss your family’s everyday routines and activities, how your child and your family function within those routines and activities, and your concerns and priorities. Continue Reading What Should I Prepare for My Child’s IFSP Meeting?
Empowering teachers, schools, and counties to push the limits of what they think is possible for students is Patti Adkins’ passion. Continue Reading Wicomico County’s Successful Journey to Inclusive Practices in Preschool Classrooms
Watch the Universal Dancers for Learning as they sing and dance their way to showing how UDL can work in your classroom. Universal Design for Learning is all about flexibility and giving teachers and students lots of options. The more on ramps there are to a highway, the more likely everyone will be able… Continue Reading The “You” in UDL
Dr. Naomi Younggren presents on authentic assessment as means of identifying and enhancing young children’s natural and inclusive learning opportunities. The importance of functionality is highlighted. Download script Intro Download script for part 1 Download script for part 2 Download script for part 3 Download script for part 4a Download script for part 4b Download… Continue Reading Webinars – Keep it Real: Make Way for (more) Authentic Assessment (PLO 2017 Resource)
What are some effective strategies for working with children who have a visual impairment? Verbally and specifically narrate what is happening in the classroom at any given time so students always feel included Communicate with families and other professionals to share information and strategies Adapt activities to promote independence Provide multi-sensory, tactile, and experiential learning… Continue Reading Helpful to Know: Strategies for Working with Children with a Visual Impairment
This webinar series continues the discussions that kicked off during the October 2017 Early Childhood Professional Learning Opportunities (PLOs). Based on the imperatives outlined in the DSE/EIS Strategic Plan, early childhood professionals across the state are implementing strategies to shift how early intervention and preschool special education services are provided in their communities. Continue Reading From Roots to Results: Implementing a Birth to Kindergarten System of Services Webinar Series
Children who are Deaf or hard of hearing need strategies and supports to ensure they can access language, social interaction, and all areas of development. Early intervention is critical to their success. Continue Reading All About Newborn Hearing Screenings
Educators across the State recognize that creating opportunities for parent involvement and engagement has a direct impact
on achieving better outcomes for students. Your feedback may help your child’s school understand how its teachers and staff may better support your family. Continue Reading Take the Maryland Special Education Parent Involvement Survey 2018