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2018 Inclusion Works! Conference
The Inclusion Works! Conference Purpose:
The Inclusion Works! provides learning opportunities for parents, educators, and school administrators to improve skills in collaborating to educate students who qualify for Special Education services in the regular educational environment with supplementary aids and services. The ultimate goal is to offer families and school staff information and education about research-based practices so that eligible students are effectively prepared for further education, employment, and independent living according to the purposes of the I.D.E.A.
The Inclusion Works! Conference values and indicators of implementation of inclusive practices on a campus or in a district:
- Disability is considered by adults and students as only one of many attributes possessed by each child;
- All students with disability labels are members of the general education community;
- Students receive special education services and supports in general education settings;
- Students with disability labels are involved and making progress in enrolled grade level curriculum based on the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) or Pre-K Curriculum; and
- Special educators and general educators work together in general education settings to meet students’ needs.
At the Inclusion Works! Conference, participants can expect to learn how to:
- Provide access to the general curriculum for students with disabilities using the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) and the Pre-K Curriculum.
- Support students with disability labels in inclusive settings-including use of Assistive Technology and school-wide positive behavior interventions & supports.
- Improve skills in planning, collaboration and co-teaching.
- Use PLAAFP to write grade level standards based IEPs and how to implement them.
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