PD Anywhere Blog
To establish and maintain an effective classroom management system throughout the school year, there are a few “to dos” to address at the beginning of the year. These “to dos” should focus on student behaviors and skills most essential to academic and social success…
In today’s schools, most students with disabilities are educated with their non-disabled peers, often in co-teaching or inclusion classrooms. All of their teachers deserve specific, relevant PD and support focused not just on academic achievement but also on social-emotional and behavioral initiatives.
If you are a teacher, specialist, administrator, or parent, you already know that it isn’t just special education teachers and staff who need professional development (PD) related to students with disabilities. By 2015, 95 percent of students with disabilities were educated in general education for part of their school day.
The majority of students with disabilities spend most of the school day in general education environments—commonly called “inclusion.” If we want these students and their non-disabled peers to succeed academically and socially, we need to support all of their teachers with top quality professional development.