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Video: Revisiting Special Education Profile Data: Solving Problems of Practice Through Data Analysis
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May 19, 2022 | 4:00pm
In this session, we will be modeling the use of a data collection template that can be populated with Special Education Profile and other data sets as a tool for problem solving. Examine a sample problem that challenges the service provision for learners with disabilities, which may include topics such as disproportionality, LRE across subgroups, access to Tier 1 instruction across subgroups, graduation outcomes across subgroups, language and literacy outcomes across subgroups, etc.
Presented by: Shawna Benson, Program Director, Teaching Diverse Learnings Center, OCALI; Andrea DiFrancesco, Education Program Specialist – Urban Support, Ohio Department of Education
If you are interested in obtaining a professional development certificate, please complete an evaluation. Once you have watched the video, then completed and submitted the evaluation form, you will be given access to a Professional Development Certificate for this training. If you have any questions, please email CEU_info@ocali.org.