Cultivating an Inclusive Classroom Webinar Series (Part 1 of 3)

by Instruction within Inclusive Learning Environments

Meet Online
January 12, 2024 from 11:30 am to 12:15 pm
Check In
at 11:20 AM

Course description

Join us for this inspiring and practical webinar series with Chris Perry with Cultivate Education

Chris PerryChris Perry draws upon his experience as a teacher and working on several state and federally funded school improvement projects that provide technical assistance to districts and educators to address the academic, behavioral, social emotional, and mental health needs of the students they serve. Additionally, Chris has served on his local School Board since 2017, and guided several private and public school systems through the Kansas Education System Accreditation (KESA) process. With Cultivate, Chris serves as Executive Director where he supports partner schools/districts in achieving their improvement goals by using the principles of implementation science to address areas of need, and to cultivate, replicate and highlight successes in enhancing student learning. 


What Is An Inclusive Classroom? 

In this initial session, participants will be given an overview on why a classroom environmental model can better support robust implementation over just adopting singular evidence-based practices one at a time. At the conclusion of the session, participants will complete a short self-reflection of current practices, which will be used to identify needs and serve as the basis for an implementation plan developed in the next session.

About the Series 

While many educators strive to meet the needs of all their learners, determining which specific strategies to use can be a challenging task. This is made even more challenging because evidence-based recommendations from various educational specialties do not always overlap, and can even contradict each other. In this interactive webinar series, participants will be walked through a framework for how to select and incorporate evidence-based practices from various educational specialties into a comprehensive classroom environmental model, reflect on their own current practice, be guided through implementation using self-reflection tools, and collaborate with other educators engaged in this work as well.

The series will be recorded and available on myinfinitec.org.

Learning Objectives

Participants

  • will gain a better understanding of how to create a classroom environment that is inclusive of the wide range of student needs and aspirations.
  • will complete a short implementation self-reflection on current environmental practices.

Refund Policy

Registration may be cancelled up to 14 days prior to the event for a full refund. Cancellations received within 14 days of the event will not be refunded. No-show registrations will also not be refunded.

Details

DATE & TIME
January 12, 2024 from 11:30 am to 12:15 pm
Check In
at 11:20 AM
LOCATION
Zoom
FORMAT
Meet Online 0.5 Professional Learning Contact Hours
PROVIDER(S)
Instruction within Inclusive Learning Environments, Infinitec
CONTACT
Janet Peters
TRAINER
Chris Perry

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