Practice-Based Coaching (PBC) uses a cyclical process supports teachers’ use of effective teaching practices leading to positive outcomes for children. PBC occurs in the context of collaborative partnerships.
Watch this 15-Minutes In Service Suite video, which describes how to use ongoing assessment data when teaching children with disabilities.
This in-service suite describes ways in which administrators can support teaching staff in conducting ongoing assessment of child progress.
This in-service suite provides an overview of the role ongoing assessment plays in supporting quality teaching and learning.
Learn how to support children with disabilities who are also dual language learners. Explore useful screening practices and teaching strategies for classroom teachers.
Learn why embedding instruction can provide more intensive instruction for children with disabilities.
Review the process of developing a support plan for children with disabilities. Explore timing, implementation, and support for teachers.
This in-service suite gives an overview of eight types of curriculum modifications. Teachers can use these simple changes to classroom activities to increase a child’s engagement and learning.
Use these methods to break down a learning goal into smaller steps. Breaking down a goal into easier objectives helps a child to make steady progress in mastering a skill.
This in-service suite introduces the activity matrix as an effective tool for teachers to organize learning opportunities for children who need additional support during daily classroom activities and routines.