Building Inclusive High School Communities
Available February 20-March 20 – Additional Details Here
TASH invites you to learn about Building Inclusive High School Communities by participating in this exclusive webinar series featuring leading experts on inclusive education. Creating a truly inclusive high school can be an arduous and complex process, especially as schools already face the challenge of raising academic standards through rigor and high-stakes testing. But as the gateway to adult life, high school should embrace and support all students by creating opportunities for:
– Differentiated instruction and Universal Design for Learning
– Youth Engagement
– Relationship building and social interactions
– Engaging in preparation for the quality of life they deserve in the community
This series is intended for anyone interested in developing inclusive schools, including parents of middle and high school students, special and general education teachers, special services staff and directors, school administrators, inclusive facilitators and other personnel.
Learn from these presenters …
Inclusive Education Consultant and Affiliate Faculty,
University of New Hampshire Department of Education
Despite research and effective models, inclusion is still in its infancy. Hear from Cheryl Jorgensen on the importance of reforming high schools and bridging the research-practice-sustainability gap.
Senior Scientist and Associate Director
Beach Center on Disability at the University of Kansas
Michael Wehmeyer discusses the third generation of the inclusion movement, and the current challenges to build on momentum and keep moving forward.
Loyola University of Chicago School of Education
Learn how high schools initiate and sustain systems change using positive behavior and intervention support. Hank Bohanon presents current research and implementation resources in this webinar.