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AIS Professional Development
New Low Incidence Disabilities (LID) Teacher Summer Bootcamp!



AIS Professional Development

Academic Performance
Teacher Quality
Use of Quality Data to Drive Instruction

Important Session Information:


Are you new to the LID classroom? Whether it's your first-year teaching ever or just your first time in the LID setting, this boot camp is designed especially for you!

Low Incidence Disability (LID) programs are known by various names such as Life Skills, Functional Living Unit, Adaptive Learning Environment (ALE), etc., but we all share the common goal of providing safe, engaging, and effective practices for students with significant cognitive disabilities.

In this boot camp, you'll discover the best practices necessary to create and implement an organized, effective, and enjoyable learning environment for you and your students. Topics covered will include classroom setup and organization, strategies for communication and behavior management, grade-level TEKS curriculum, development of Standards-Based Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), STAAR Alternate 2, year-long planning, grading, and assuming the role of instructional leader in the classroom.

Participants will also engage in hands-on activities and leave with a toolbox of materials to kickstart their classroom programs!


Are you a newcomer to the LID classroom? Whether it's your first year teaching ever or just your first time in the LID setting, this boot camp is tailor-made for you!

Are you new to the LID classroom? Whether it's your first year teaching ever or just your first time in the LID setting, this boot camp is designed especially for you!

Low Incidence Disability (LID) programs are known by various names such as Life Skills, Functional Living Unit, Adaptive Learning Environment (ALE), etc., but we all share the common goal of providing safe, engaging, and effective practices for students with significant cognitive disabilities.

In this boot camp, you'll discover the best practices necessary to create and implement an organized, effective, and enjoyable learning environment for your students. Topics covered will include classroom setup and organization, strategies for communication and behavior management, grade-level TEKS curriculum, development of Standards-Based Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), STAAR Alternate 2, year-long planning, grading, and assuming the role of instructional leader in the classroom.

Participants will also engage in hands-on activities and leave with a toolbox of materials to kickstart their classroom programs!

Are you new to the LID classroom? Whether it's your first year teaching ever or just your first time in the LID setting, this boot camp is designed especially for you!

Low Incidence Disability (LID) programs are known by various names such as Life Skills, Functional Living Unit, Adaptive Learning Environment (ALE), etc., but we all share the common goal of providing safe, engaging, and effective practices for students with significant cognitive disabilities.

In this boot camp, you'll discover the best practices necessary to create and implement an organized, effective, and enjoyable learning environment for your students. Topics covered will include classroom setup and organization, strategies for communication and behavior management, grade-level TEKS curriculum, development of Standards-Based Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), STAAR Alternate 2, year-long planning, grading, and assuming the role of instructional leader in the classroom.

Participants will also engage in hands-on activities and leave with a toolbox of materials to kickstart their classroom programs!

Are you new to the LID classroom? Whether it's your first year teaching ever or just your first time in the LID setting, this boot camp is designed especially for you!

Low Incidence Disability (LID) programs are known by various names such as Life Skills, Functional Living Unit, Adaptive Learning Environment (ALE), etc., but we all share the common goal of providing safe, engaging, and effective practices for students with significant cognitive disabilities.

In this boot camp, you'll discover the best practices necessary to create and implement an organized, effective, and enjoyable learning environment for your students. Topics covered will include classroom setup and organization, strategies for communication and behavior management, grade-level TEKS curriculum, development of Standards-Based Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), STAAR Alternate 2, year-long planning, grading, and assuming the role of instructional leader in the classroom.

Participants will also engage in hands-on activities and leave with a toolbox of materials to kickstart their classroom programs!

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Friday, July 26, 2024

Session ID:
102884
Credits Available:
(18) Clock Hours
Seats Available:
16
Fee:
$300.00
Contact Person:
Kyla Shannon
Instructor(s):
Kyla Shannon
Date Time Location
7/29/2024 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Education Service Center Region 20 - Wilson Room
1314 Hines, San Antonio, 78208
7/30/2024 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Education Service Center Region 20 - Wilson Room
1314 Hines, San Antonio, 78208
7/31/2024 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Education Service Center Region 20 - Wilson Room
1314 Hines, San Antonio, 78208


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