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Active and Engaging Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms

This course is designed to focus explicitly on inclusive classrooms and provides unique suggestions for meeting the needs of students with disabilities, including those with learning, cognitive, and sensory differences. This course contains hundreds of familiar novel activities that all students can access; and illustrates ways all students can participate in them. Active and collaborative activities we will explore include; building teams and classroom communities, teaching and learning, studying and reviewing, creating active lectures and assessing and celebrating. These skills will be presented by the participants through discussions following each forum topic. 

The participant will be able to promote relationship building and interdependence, help students teach one another as they make discoveries about course content, support learners in preparing for assessments, engage whole-class learning while assisting students who need personalized instruction, and assess learner understanding. Participants will share ideas and strategies with one another by replying to at least 2 to 3 participants per panel. Participants will be given various activities and lessons to respond to and determine proper adaptations to be made in the classroom environment. The activities presented reflect graduate level work by encouraging the use of prior knowledge in the classroom and past experiences, examining and restructuring teaching techniques in order to be successful and confident in the inclusive classroom setting.

LOCATION: This is an online and asynchronous course.

DATES: 04/05/2023 - 05/10/2023

COSTS: CPE Credit Cost: $450.00


Event Details

Location: Virtual Course

Event Dates

Wednesday 05 April 8:00 AM
Online CPE Credited Courses
Online CPE Credited Courses