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Differentiation Through Tiered Instruction: Teaching Student
 
Tiered instruction can be a very effective strategy in teaching students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) when general and special education teachers collaborate in an inclusive classroom. This webinar will walk you through the planning, implementation and evaluation processes involved in differentiating in this way. A step-by-step approach will be used to apply tiered instruction to the essential components of differentiation - content, process and product. The webinar will also explore effective planning for tiered instruction, including consideration of academic standards, student outcomes, complexity of the content and student characteristics. Dr. Darlene E. Perner and Dr. Maureen E. Walsh will also present specific examples that illustrate various ways to tier instruction to create successful inclusive environments for all learners.
 
2/20/2013 - 2/20/2013

 

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2/20/2013 4:00 PM
Tiered instruction can be a very effective strategy in teaching students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) when general and special education teachers collaborate in an inclusive classroom. This webinar will walk you through the planning, implementation and evaluation processes involved in differentiating in this way. A step-by-step approach will be used to apply tiered instruction to the essential components of differentiation - content, process and product. The webinar will also explore effective planning for tiered instruction, including consideration of academic standards, student outcomes, complexity of the content and student characteristics. Dr. Darlene E. Perner and Dr. Maureen E. Walsh will also present specific examples that illustrate various ways to tier instruction to create successful inclusive environments for all learners.

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM