Date: 02/08/2023 Time: 03:30-04:00 Location: internet Type: Webinar
Rose and Linda will lead the study as the group explores strategies from Inclusion in Action and will consider how to incorporate technology when using the strategies. We will provide examples of using technology to make the reproducible forms accessible to all students. FREE books will be provided by the Center for Strengthening the Teaching Profession for Washington State educators while supplies last!
About the book: Inclusion in Action is “equally useful as a beginner’s guide to inclusion and a goldmine of practical ideas for experienced teachers, this must-have book will help make your curriculum “possible and achievable” for every learner, with and without disabilities.”
1/25 Session 1- Preparing and Supporting Inclusion pp.1-35
2/01 Session 2- Making Curriculum Accessible and Achievable Through Research-based curriculum Modifications pp. 37-62
2/08 Session 3- The Strategies: Knowledge Retrieval pp. 63-106
2/15 Session 4- The Strategies: Comprehension, Analysis, and Knowledge Utilization pp. 107-153
1. Learn what are the core beliefs and benefits of Inclusive Education.
2. Compare and contrast ways to make classroom instruction inclusive
3. Evaluate research-based strategies for making curriculum modifications to support inclusive classrooms
4. Explore and implement strategies for knowledge retrieval, comprehension, analysis, and knowledge utilization.
Linda Doehle, AT Specialist
Linda Doehle started her career as a software engineer after completing her degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics at Whitworth College. She brought her technical skills to the field of assistive technology while working as an Assistive Technology Specialist for the Yakima School District. Linda holds an AT Specialist Certificate and enjoys being able to use her technology skills in helping students optimize their abilities through the use of assistive technology. Linda has been with the Special Education Technology Center for eight years and has presented webinars and classes at national and statewide conferences.
Rose Racicot, MS, OTR/L
Rose is an OT and Assistive Technology Specialist in Bellevue School District and at the Special Education Technology Center at CWU with 34 years of experience. Her passion is to help school districts and educators implement Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles to create inclusive classrooms for all students to succeed. Rose facilitates learning experiences on UDL, literacy support software, educational iPad apps, and accessibility features across platforms at the local, state, and national level both in-person and through remote learning.
Email Sue Wright at the SETC office
The new clock hours link for the winter-spring webinar series has also been posted on the professional development page. One entry is all that is needed for the clock-hour portion of this training.