Inclusion: Showcase for Success

Inclusion: Showcase for Success (Grades 1-5) Highly recommended for both General Education and Special Education Teachers

How to Differentiate Instruction in Mixed Ability Classrooms
Showcase of Best Practices of Inclusive Classrooms
The “Best of the Best” Accommodations for the Classroom
Best Strategies to Motivate and Increase Achievement in Mixed Ability Classrooms
Expert Solutions for Students with Disabilities

ATi Seminar Agenda

Showcase of Best Ways to Implement Inclusion
Distinguishing characteristics of schools that successfully implement inclusion
The Ins and Outs of Collaboration and Co-Teaching
6 effective models of inclusion
Tools of the trade for managing IEP’s
Discover the 10 best practices for adapting lessons
ATi’s “Tricks of the Trade” that boost achievement and test scores

How to Differentiate Instruction in Mixed Ability Classrooms
8 keys of successful differentiated classrooms
How to blend learning levels and curriculum
Flexible Grouping A-Z
8 surefire ways to manage diverse learning styles
The How-To’s for skill-focused instruction

Best Strategies to Increase Achievement and Motivation in Students with Disabilities
10 best strategies to increase attending behaviors
Practical strategies to get students to complete assignments
5 ways to overcome “learned helplessness”
Dozens of interventions and strategies for success
Best practices for assessment
Best practices for students who are at-risk

The “Best of the Best” Accommodations for the Classroom
Tips on Organizing the classroom
Special ways to give directions to engage students
Successful strategies for teaching students with ADHD
15 ways to help students become better organized

Powerful Solutions for Difficult Student Behaviors
How to Handle Students Who are:
Disrespectful and disruptive
Constantly talking to their neighbors
Angry and Defiant
Whining, tattling, and complaining

University Semester Credit
Semester hours from The University of the Pacific Center for Professional and Continuing Education. $62 per credit. Acceptable to most participants, including many on district funding or release time, as credit is awarded for additional, “Teacher-Friendly,” follow-up activities. For Graduate Professional Development participants NOT pursuing an advanced degree at UOP. Enroll at the seminar, except in CT, NJ, OH, PA and WI. Credit for seminars in these states, or for other credit questions ONLY, call (800) 479-1995.