This session will familiarize participants with the High Leverage Practices for students with disabilities that help overcome their barriers to remote learning.
Participants will have the opportunity to assess their current practice and create a plan to address areas of need.
Modes of Learning
This session and materials can be used in either a synchronous or asynchronous, self-directed learning training. There are a couple different options for delivery:
- Use the main slide deck or webpage with the self-assessment tool, final activity, and the CEEDAR Brief. If using slide deck, remove videos so facilitator can guide participants through the brief.
- Use the main slide deck or webpage with embedded videos, self-assessment, final activity, and CEEDAR Brief; allow participants to navigate through the slide deck themselves.
- Modify the main slide deck by removing the videos and post individual links to each video separately in the LMS housing all the materials.
- High Leverage Practices for Students with Disabilities (PPT) | High Leverage Practices for Students with Disabilities (Google Slides)
- Using HLPs to Address Barriers (This web page contains the same information that is presented in the slide decks linked above, as well as links to each of the “barrier” videos.)
- Removing Barriers to Effective Distance Learning by Applying the High-Leverage Practices Tips and Tools (CEEDAR Center / NCSI brief)
- Self-Assessment Tool
- Final Activity
- High-Leverage Practices for SWDs
- High-Leverage Practices for General Education: Teaching Works Resource Library
- High-Leverage Practices Book
- CEEDAR CENTER Family Guide to At-Home Learning
- Describe the High Leverage Practices (HLPs) which support learning for students with disabilities.
- Identify HLPs which address Barriers to remote learning.
- Assess current practices using the self assessment tool.
- Create a plan which incorporates the HLPs in order to enhance student achievement.
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