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Next Generation Science Standards and Students with Disabilities: Effective Teaching Strategies

Next Generation Science Standards and Students with Disabilities: Effective Teaching Strategies
Presenter:
Dr. Jonte C. Taylor, Pennsylvania State University
Original air date:
09/23/2015
Length in minutes:
73
Product Number:
WEB1510A
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In collaboration with the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders (CCBD)

A wave of STEM instruction is sweeping the country, but students with disabilities are not always riding that wave, especially in science. This webinar will change the tide by providing you with better instructional strategies to help you reach students with high-incidence disabilities such as emotional, behavioral, or learning disorders.

After viewing this program, you will be able to:

  • Discuss the major goals of the Next Generation Science Standards
  • Identify barriers to achievement in science
  • Compare and employ effective strategies for teaching science to students with high incidence disabilities

All students need science instruction that meets goals of Next Generation Science Standards, improves science literacy, increases critical thinking, and integrates science and STEM instruction. This webinar will teach you how to make those things happen!

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