Canter Curriculum: Inclusion
Meeting the academic and behavioral needs of students with special needs within the general education classroom requires considerable professional knowledge and skill. Canter’s courses on inclusive practices are designed to help general education teachers meet the challenge of supporting students with special needs, while meeting the needs of all of the students in the class. Develop confidence and competence working with students with special needs, their parents, special educators, and other resources throughout the school to ensure the highest levels of learning for all students.
- Including Students With Special Needs: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment (Grades K–12)
As general education classrooms become increasingly inclusive, you must become more adept at designing curriculum, instruction, and assessment that will meet the needs of all students. In this distance-education class, you will learn how to include accommodations, modifications, content enhancements, learning strategies, digital technologies, and behavioral supports in your teaching practice to ensure that your students with special needs can learn successfully alongside their grade-level peers.
Distance Education for Teachers
Canter’s distance-learning approach helps teachers across the country invest in their own education. Working at your own pace, you can develop new skills to help improve your daily professional performance. Every Canter course features experts who share their experience and research in their own words via DVD (print & DVD format) or streaming video (online format).
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