Engage educators as they learn 11 research-based engagement strategies designed for Tier One general education classrooms where teachers differentiate and accommodate lessons to support every student. Learn to assist English Language Learners with academic conversations and support students with special needs with activities designed to encourage socialization, emotional support, and academic success.
Strategies for Co-Teaching
This presentation will provide the participants with 11 co-teaching strategies. Teams will learn best practices for implementing co-teaching and view videos of co-teaching in practice.
Engage Early Learners
A toolbox of strategies to engage all early childhood learners, provides participants with research-based engagement strategies for instructional support. Learn to facilitate peer interaction in small and large group activities.
Inclusive Practices for All
Learn 11 steps for establishing an inclusive school or center. Full integration of every student means understanding how to individualize and group within teaching environments. Students with and without disabilities learn side-by-side when proper planning, preparation, and participation take place.
Dr. Belinda Karge is a Professor of Doctoral Studies at Concordia University Irvine and Professor Emeritus from California State University, Fullerton. Over her career, she has made numerous presentations to groups of school district employees, keynoted conferences, and provided professional development to overseas educators. She is an expert in research-based instructional strategies and has authored five curriculum texts, four book chapters, 125+ articles and numerous grants (totaling $20+ million dollars).