Teaching to Exceptional Adolescents and Young Adults, Grades 6-12 – No. ESE-ED-241

Teaching to exceptional adolescents and young adults invokes careful planning, the use of data in the planning stages, and a teamed approach that involves parents and all educational stakeholders to work into a child’s success. Beginning with individualized student plans, participants will develop their ability to analyze and plan with data to differentiate for multiple learner types and instructional support.  Strategies for co-teaching using Common Core, traditional and 21st century curriculum will result in a multiple-pronged approach to instructional success.

Course Objectives

  • Analyze and practice with data and other resources for planning and implementation of a broad and scaffolded curriculum focused on the needs of exceptional learners.
  • Differentiate with the tools and resources needed to support student readiness and learning with evidence-based practices for a variety of learners, educational programs and classroom settings.

This course is 60 hours