Collaboration in Kansas Special Education Classrooms

Collaboration is a high-leverage practice that contributes to success for students with disabilities. (McLeskey, J., et al., 2017 High-leverage practices in special education. Arlington, VA: Council for Exceptional Children & CEEDAR Center). What does that look like in Kansas classrooms? Molly Mosher and Rachael Zabokrtsky share their 10 tips for supporting each other, their staff, and, most importantly, their students and families.

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Details

Type
Brief / Fact Sheet / Tip Sheet
Audience
Administrators, Educators, Related Services / Support Staff
Topic
Coaching, Family/Community Engagement
Age
All Ages
Provider
TASN Autism and Tertiary Behavior Supports (ATBS)
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