Saturday, June 14, 2008

Thinking Outside the Box: An Inclusion Model

All children can learn in a mixed ability classroom! Come and explore an inclusion model that is highly successful for teaching science in an elementary setting. This three-part system is effective for special needs, limited English proficient students as well as low-ability students. While learning about this model, you will explore ways to implement the strategies in your own teaching setting. Participants will experience hands-on science activities that are simple as well as fun. Leave with a wealth of knowledge as well as planned activities to use in your classroom.

Rose Sedely

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