Defining Specially Designed Instruction in Preschool
Starting 4/19/2024 at 12:30 PM until 3:30 PM
Event Groups:
• State Support Team 2 - State Support Team 2 Events
This event is a repeat of Jan 22, 2024

This training is Ohio Approved. Participants will earn 3 OCCRRA professional development hours. 

Please register at www.occrra.org. Use code "ST10140310" to search for the training. Please note that this training is intended for Preschool Special Education Administrators, Intervention Specialists, and Related Service Providers ONLY. Registrants who do not currently serve in one of these roles will be contacted and asked to unenroll due to space constraints.

Learning Objectives:
A child eligible for special education in Ohio is required to have Specially Designed Instruction (SDI) outlined in their IEP to meet their unique educational needs, but what exactly does that mean? The delivery of SDI can become difficult to distinguish from regular instruction, especially as differentiated instruction and universal design for learning (UDL) approaches are more prevalent in early childhood settings. The purpose of this session is to provide clarification on the distinctive features of SDI — or what makes special education “special” — to promote common language and understanding for all.

Contact:  Courtney Seman, [email protected]
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