Teaching Students Who Are Exceptional Diverse and at Risk

Teaching Students Who Are Exceptional Diverse and at Risk


October 1 - November 25, 209

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Conducted by Dr. Connie Russo

$450 per person

Audience: Teachers and Administrators Pre-K through 12

All participants will receive a certificate of completion for 45 clock hours of professional development.

Students in the classroom are different in their abilities, interests and styles of learning. In order to enhance reaching student’s potential, the teacher must not only be aware of the characteristics of the students they have in their classroom but must be aware of different strategies that promote maximum learning opportunities for all the students. It is the plan of this course to help teachers address the various learning styles and differences of exceptional, diverse and at-risk students within the inclusive classroom.

Dr Russo will introduce best practices for teaching students with exceptional, diverse and at-risk learning styles. Specifically, the selecting, creating and modifying instructional strategies and materials will be explored in-depth. Exploration of how to incorporate these strategies into inclusive classrooms, for academic, functional, and transitional learning, is the core purpose of this workshop.

Please note that to get graduate credit from SUNY Buffalo State you must either be enrolled in their International Graduate Program for Educators or you must have applied and been approved for non-degree graduate credit.  For more information about this please refer to our website link on graduate credit. To earn graduate credit you must pay an additional fee of $390 directly to SUNY.

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