*NEW DATES* - Making a Difference Through Co-Teaching (Session B) : This two-day session covers how co-teaching can effectively meet the needs of students, with and without disabilities, in the general education classroom and explores the advantages and disadvantages of each of the six co-teaching approaches. Tuesday, February 28.
Middle School Math: Making Meaning with Manipulatives : In the four sessions of this series, middle school educators will be introduced to fraction bars and algebra tiles. Participants will practice using these manipulatives and incorporate them into lessons aligned with the CCS. February 28.
Self-Determination and Secondary Transition Planning : During this professional learning opportunity, participants will be introduced to a number of instructional and assessment strategies that will enable teachers and BRS/DORS counselors from Connecticut’s Bureau of Rehabilitation Services/Department of Rehabilitation Services (BRS/DORS) to promote student self-determination. March 3.