Practical Strategies and Implications of the Common Core Standards on Inclusive Settings and Students with Disabilities

How do the Common Core State Standards relate to the educational variables at play in an inclusive school? Lisa Dieker addresses this topic by speaking to typical disability issues and the impact the new CCSS could have on educating students with disabilities. She provides possible solutions, including interdisciplinary collaboration, collaborative teaching, universal design for learning, and technology access. Dieker also includes examples of teaching arrangements, instructional approaches, and modifications, as well as resources that can help teachers reach all learners.

Resource Type: Webinar

Channel: Common Core

Tags: alternative teaching, CCSS, collaboration, Common Core State Standards, consistency, co-teaching, flexibility, general education teacher, grades, homework, IEP, inclusive school, inclusive setting, individualized education program, interdisciplinary collaboration, interdisciplinary collaboration, Lisa Dieker, parallel teaching, parents, PBIS, PLC, positive behavioral interventions and supports, professional learning committee, special education teacher, special needs, station teaching, students, students with disabilities, teamwork, technology, technology access, universal design for teaching, University of Central Florida

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