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Webinars: What about Maths? Recorded Fall 2021
Two 45 minute webinars addressing the use of formal and informal assessment to drive student feedback to improve math outcomes for struggling students.
Webinar: What about Maths? Providing assessment and promoting engagement for students with disabilities in 2020.
Two 45 minute live webinars address instructional practices and tools to increase engagement for elementary and secondary students with math difficulties and disabilities learning in remote, in-person and hybrid models.
This 90 minute live webinar will address K-5 math instructional strategies for students with math difficulties and disabilities. This webinar will focus on answering the following questions:
- How do we design developmentally appropriate K-5 instruction?
- How we help struggling students develop positive math identities?
- What? Algebra in K-5?
- How can AT support remediation and compensation?
This 40 minute video will discuss:
- the differences between MTSS and RtI and how they are interrelated.
- how to to build a body of evidence through an RtI process in order to determine eligibility for Specific Learning Disability.
- review considerations for English Learners during the eligibility process for special education services.
This 90 minute recorded webinar addresses the why and what of math difficulties and disabilities experienced by elementary and secondary students.
Math for Struggling Learners
This is a five-part series consisting of a series of 1-hr webinars presented by Dr. Brad Witzel, Ph.D.
Affective Competencies Series: The Missing Piece - Addressing Social and Emotional Learning and Reducing Stress for Students with SLD - Dr. Jerome Schultz
For more information, please contact:
Email Veronica Fiedler
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