Finding the Right Curriculum for Children With Disabilities
Two insights can forever alter a school leader’s ability to lead effective programming for children with disabilities.
- Special education is not a place—it’s a service.
- The road to universal proficiency runs through universal access.
The goal of special education services is to support universal access to a high-quality, general education curriculum. The goal for school leaders is not to find a different curriculum for children with disabilities. The challenge is instead to find and implement with fidelity a curriculum that makes it easy for teachers to individualize learning experiences so that each child is gently challenged but not frustrated.
Join us for this hour-long webinar in which we discuss how your program’s early childhood curriculum can not only include all learners but provide the support necessary for individualized growth.
Administrators & program leaders, this series of free webinars was designed specifically for you. In each session, we’re joined by experts in the field of early childhood education to explore topics such as community building, meeting the needs of children with special needs, behavior management, and more to improve your program.
Throughout the series, you’ll hear from other school and program leaders, reflect on the current school year, and plan for next year.
Building a Strong School CommunityRecorded: Friday, March 3, 2023
Current WebinarFinding the Right Curriculum for Children With DisabilitiesRecorded: Friday, March 17, 2023
Leveraging Data to Create Rich Experiences for Children With DisabilitiesRecorded: Friday, March 31, 2023
Guiding Children’s Behavior in a Whole-Child EnvironmentRecorded: Friday, April 14, 2023