Teaching Students Who Are Exceptional, Diverse and At Risk

Teaching Students Who Are Exceptional, Diverse and At Risk


September 20 - October 31, 2019

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Conducted by Dr. Concetta Russo

$450 per person

Audience: Teachers and Administrators Pre-K through 12

Many teachers struggle with the concept of an inclusive classroom because they have not had the training to work with students of differing abilities and disabilities. The purpose of this workshop is to introduce best practices in teaching students with exceptional, diverse and at-risk learning styles. This workshop will focus on selecting, creating and modifying instructional strategies and materials. We will also explore how to incorporate these best practices into an inclusive classroom for academic, functional and transitional learning. It is essential that teachers are aware fo the characteristics that define the needs of their students and how to promote maximum learning opportunities to all.

All participants will receive a certificate of completion for 45 hours of professional development. Graduate credit is available to eligible participants.

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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