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Administrative Support of Inclusive Practices for Struggling Students With and Without Disabilities

Administrative Support of Inclusive Practices for Struggling Students With and Without Disabilities

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Administrative Support of Inclusive Practices for Struggling Students With and Without Disabilities

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  1. Administrative Support of Inclusive Practices for Struggling Students With and Without Disabilities Cindi Neverdousky PSP Consultant Former Special Education Director, Middle School Principal, Teacher

  2. Handouts are available On the AIE website or You request via email.

  3. Build the Schedule • ELA HQ teacher • 22 students require Resource ELA • 25 students scheduled for Gen Ed Reading • 15 students require Resource Social Studies • 32 students scheduled for Gen Ed Soc Stu 22 students served in Resource classes 22 students served in co-teach / 3 students monitored 15 students served in SS Resource classes 28 students served in co-teach / 4 students monitored

  4. Resources • www.osepideasthatwork.org/toolkit/index.asp(Instructional strategies for teachers) • www.coteach.com(Marilyn Friend – ‘Power of Two’ video • http://dww.ed.gov/(What Works) • Teaching Exceptional Children, May/June, 2004 • Mastropieri, Scruggs, Graetz, Norland, Gardizi, and McDuffie 2005 • Teaching Exceptional Children, Mar/Apr, 2001 Salisbury and McGregor (2002) • Castagnera, E., Deciding What to Teach and How to Teach It, Education Resources Information Center, 1998

  5. Resources Motivating Students- 25 Strategies to Light the Fire of Engagement by Carolyn Chapman & Nicole Vagle The Highly Engaged Classroom by Robert Marzano & Debra Pickering Teach Like a Champion by Doug Lemov How to Differentiate Instruction in Mixed Ability Classrooms by Carol AnnTomlinson, ASCD, 2001 Teaching Exceptional Children, May/June 2004 Teaching Exceptional Children, Mar/Apr, 2001 Deciding What to Teach and How to Teach It by E. Castagnera, Education Resources Information Center, 1998 Step by Step Training by Stetson and Associates Making Inclusion Work by Beninghof, 1999 Teacher’s Toolbox for DifferentiatingbyLinda Tilton Cindi Neverdousky Consulting

  6. Resources Differentiating the High School ClassroombyKathie F Nunley, Corwin Press, 2006 Connecting Teachers Students and Standards; Strategies for Success in Diverse and Inclusive Classrooms by Deborah Voltz, Michelle Sims, and Betty Nelson, ASCD, 2010. How to Reach and Teach ADD/ADHD Children by S. F. Rief, (1993). Hoboken NJ: Jossey-Bass. Murawski & Dieker, 2004 York, et.al. 1993 Anderson and Krathwolhl, 2001 Mastropieri, Scruggs, Graetz, Norland, Gardizi, and McDuffie 2005 Salisbury and McGregor (2002) Cindi Neverdousky Consulting

  7. About the presenter…………… Following years as Director of Special Education and in varied principal positions in the Fort Worth ISD, Cindi Neverdousky has served for the past year as a Professional Service Provider (PSP) supporting campuses who received the TTIPS grant. For the past three years, she has served as a Technical Assistance Provider and as an External Campus Intervention Team Member by supporting schools with chronic failure. Parallel to this work, she has partnered with districts such as Edinburg, Ft. Bend, Mercedes, and San Elizario in developing quality services in differentiation, inclusion, co-teaching, learning strategies, and data review/intervention for failure to meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP), specifically with special populations. Cynthia Neverdousky Willow Park, TX cynlyn19@aol.com