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May 11, 2017 – This webinar gives strategies to support Exceptional Learners in secondary schools.
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Dec 3, 2013 – In his book, Classroom Instruction that Works, Robert Marzano lists nine instructional strategies that will help to increase learning. This webinar will give you some concrete ways to use these strategies to assist students in learning more.
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May 11, 2017 – This book addresses five keys to help teachers, parents, and administrators in working with students with learning or behavior challenges. Contains personal stories, exercises, models, and theories.
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May 11, 2017 – This white paper provides a rationale for serving students with disabilities in Catholic schools by exploring the Church’s call for inclusion during the last 50 years. Additionally, a framework is presented that outlines a systematic approach to deve
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May 11, 2017 – Overview of the rationale and processes to adopt a Student Improvement Team approach to serving all learners
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May 11, 2017 – This presentation includes an extensive collection of sample documentation templates to assist PK-8 Schools in developing a resource department using the Care Team model. Presented at the 2016 NCEA National Convention.
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May 11, 2017 – Here are seven tips to help you connect your ELL students to the target content. These ideas are easy to incorporate and will be a welcomed relief to your ELLs.
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May 11, 2017 – This presentation summarizes some of the unique needs and challenges of gifted and talented students and gives straegies to help differentiate for them in the classroom. Presented at the 2016 NCEA National Convention.
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May 11, 2017 – Using digital storytelling to unpack the intersectionality of identities and their meanings (e.g., first-generation, African-American, Latino or other, Loyola “Cub,” and high school student in a Catholic context), students, and instructor, unpacked w
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Nov 12, 2014 – The Benilde Program, for high school students, is an example of the excellent tradition fostered by Catholic schools for combining a thirst for justice, innovation, and high academic standards. Developed 16 years ago, the Benilde Program is a unique