Supporting and Measuring the Growth of Students with Learning Differences
November 08 , 2017
- Presented by:Lee Ann Jung
- Type of Event:Workshop
- Registration Fee:$140
- Venue:Hotel Roanoke
The curricular rigor in education poses real challenges for schools aiming to meaningfully include students with disabilities and developmental delays. Where do we find time to “pause” the hectic schedule and use evidence-based practices to teach the critical skills these students need for long-term success? In this workshop, participants learn a new way to plan intervention and measure progress. We take curriculum standards and define measurable goals, individualize intervention strategies, and set up progress records using goal attainment scaling. The resulting growth plan streamlines intervention and data collection into a natural part of everyday routines. This session will prepare participants to write measurable goals for students who need support, develop evidence-based strategies for growth, make data-based decisions to accelerate growth, and measure and display progress easily.
Lee Ann Jung (Student Growth Center)
Lee Ann Jung, PhD, provides support internationally to schools in inclusion, standards-based grading, intervention planning, and progress monitoring. She has authored fve books and has worked in special education since 1994 as teacher, administrator, consultant, and university professor.
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