How can proficiency-based learning serve students with disabilities? When successfully designed and executed, a proficiency-based system can improve and accelerate learning for all students, clarify academic expectations, enable differentiated instruction, refocus teachers on the assessment of learning rather than compliance, and–above all–ensure equitable access to the curriculum and multiple opportunities for success. In a proficiency-based system, Individual Education Plans (IEPs) can not only address unique learning needs, but they can also scaffold the learning process and move students toward college readiness and postsecondary success.
In this webinar, the presenters will address the role of Individual Educations Plans in a proficiency-based system, including the development of appropriate accommodations to ensure that students with disabilities achieve proficiency.
Angela Hardy, Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership
Jon Ingram , Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership
Shannon Shanning, Special Education Teacher, Bruce M. Whittier Middle School, Poland, ME
Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Time: 3:00–4:00 p.m. EST
→ Watch the Webinar (streaming video)
→ Presentation Slides (PDF)
→ Resource: Co-Teaching That Works
→ 4 “A”s Text Protocol
→ Grading Exceptional Learners: This five-step model provides fair and accurate grades for students with disabilities and English language learners
→ Creating Inclusive Standards-Based IEPs, Presentation by Cheryl M. Jorgensen, Ph.D.