Flexible Co-Planning: Integrating Specially Designed Instruction (SDI)
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Video: Integrating SDI
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October 8, 2020 | 4:00pm
This session focuses on flexible collaborative planning. During this unpredictable time, educators are challenged to maintain high-leverage practices, such as collaborative planning. Collaborative planning is essential to ensuring that all students receive instruction that meets their unique needs, while flexing between face-to-face, hybrid, and virtual learning environments. Get a sneak peek into a co-planning session. This session also explores the integration of Specially Designed Instruction (SDI) and other supports for learners who have IEP-specific supports.
Presented by: Shawna Benson, M.Ed. - Program Director, Teaching Diverse Learners Center at OCALI; Sara Miller, Intervention Specialist, Madison Local School District
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