Are you curious about what a day in the life of a disabilities services coordinator might look like? This series of short videos shows the process that Kellie Nketiah, a disabilities services coordinator in Washington state, goes through when she supports both educators and children in inclusive classroom settings. In these videos, Kellie talks about various steps in developing an individual support plan for a child, beginning with setting up an inclusive “no fail” learning environment for all children.
Disabilities services coordinators and educators can see examples of environmental supports and teaching practices that help children function successfully in group classroom settings. They can learn about what a disabilities services coordinator does during a classroom observation and the steps involved in developing an individual support plan for a child with challenging behaviors. Educators can hear from a colleague about the benefits and challenges in implementing the plan.
Disabilities services coordinators can use these videos to discuss the process with educators, answer their questions, and clarify expectations. Educators can watch the videos to learn more about what they can do to create inclusive learning environments for all children.
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National Centers: Early Childhood Development, Teaching and Learning
Last Updated: April 25, 2023