Teaching Diverse Learners Center
The Center for Teaching Diverse Learners works to ensure that learners with low-incidence disabilities have access to equal and effective educational opportunities.
We do this by providing professional development, technical assistance, consultation, coaching and resources for educational agencies, programs, practitioners, and families working to improve the quality of life and learning for individuals who have significant cognitive and low incidence disabilities.
NEW Ensuring Access to the General Curriculum for All Learners
A new video-based learning series that explores practical, easy-to-use resources designed to ensure ALL learners have access to the general curriculum.
Teaching Diverse Learners Overview
Review the specific supports and services that should be included throughout the planning practices to ensure access and inclusive opportunity for ALL learners.
Standards Based Instruction and Assessment
Learn why assessments should be aligned to, and measure student knowledge of, grade level standards, functional skill standards and IEP goals and objectives.
Ohio Supports for Individuals with Significant Cognitive Delays and other Low Incidence Disabilities
Explore the wide range of supports and services available across the state.
Planning to Meet the Needs of Diverse Learners
Improve your planning skills with planning templates and guidance documents designed to increase your capacity to meet the needs of the most complex learners.
Collaborative Planning Wikispace
Join an Ohio based community of practice (CoP) where you can ask questions, browse and download resources and share planning examples.
InspirED Teaching Diverse Learners
Check out Teaching Diverse Learners Center's Zoomcasts from the OCALI InspirED series!
Challenging Behavior: Expect Success
This webinar series based on positive behavior intervention supports for challenging behaviors explores how to conduct a functional behavior assessment and behavior intervention plan.