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Wednesday, October 20 • 2:50pm - 3:35pm
Designing Inclusive Programs for Students with Extensive Support Needs

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This session will orient participants to a free resource for working closely with families to design inclusive programs for students with extensive support needs, with suggestions for how these resources can be used by school-based teams.  A series of short videos, paired with templates for tailoring student programs, were created during distance learning to highlight successful practices grounded in evidence-based practices. The videos and materials highlight family voice in the planning process, embedded instruction, environmental supports, co-teaching, and universal design for learning.  Examples provided are relevant for both distance learning and in-person schooling.

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Amy Hanreddy

Associate Professor, Special Education, California State University, Northridge
Amy Hanreddy is an associate professor in the Department of Special Education at California State University, Northridge. She teaches about inclusive and collaborative practices, with an emphasis on strategies that provide students with disabilities access to meaningful instruction... Read More →
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Rachel Woodward

Director of Special Services, WISH Community and Academy Schools
Rachel started her work in inclusive education as a general education teacher at the award-winning CHIME Charter School. Rachel has also worked supporting teachers and students of LAUSD to meaningfully address the needs of students requiring behavioral intervention. Rachel has been... Read More →

Wednesday October 20, 2021 2:50pm - 3:35pm PDT