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Spring Leadership Meeting 2011 Handouts

The Classic Center, March 21 – 23, 2011
Athens, GA

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 “App”solutely Amazing Applications for Students with Disabilities
 Beyond Gobbledygook: What Differentiation Really LOOKS Like in a Co-Taught Math Class
 Budget Handouts
 Data Handouts
 Deputy Superintendent Dr. Martha Reichrath Presentation
 Digital Texts: Sources & Solutions for Georgia Students
 Enabling Students Access to Printed Materials with the Intel Reader
 Enabling Student Success Through Assistive Technologies in the Classroom
 English Language Learners with Disabilities-ESOL Program & Special Education Working Together
 Expectations Poster displayed during meeting
 Free Resources – Larry Edelman
 GaDOE K-8 Technology Standards for Students
 Georgia IEP Online Project
 If You Build It, They Will Come: Using Technology to Engage Students in Learning
 Improving Mathematics Performance for Students with Disabilities (SWD)
 Intro to PALS Reading (K-12) & PALS Math Interventions
 MyInfinitec: A Pilot Project for Delivering Technology Services that Support Diverse Learners
 Navigating Dispute Resolution in the Information Age
 Promoting Positive Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) for Preschool Children with Disabilities
 Promoting Positive Preschool Outcomes
 Promoting Positive Preschool Outcomes through Authentic Assessment: A Panel Discussion with Four Pilot Districts
 Promoting Positive Preschool Outcomes through DAP: Developmentally Appropriate Practice
 Promoting Positive Preschool Outcome through the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)
 Promoting Student Achievement in the Least Restrictive Environment
 RTI: Building a Pyramid of Behavioral Supports
 Sparklines, Scatterplots, & Surveys for SWD
 Special Education Students & eTextbooks: Lessons Learned from the Title IID Grant Schools
 Specialized Instruction for the Sensory Impaired Student: How The Expanded Core Curriculum for Students with Sensory Impairments Guides Its Development Through IEP Goals
 Teaching Writing Skills to Students with High Functioning Autism & Asperger’s Syndrome
 The State Performance Plan & Annual Performance Report: What They Are & How They Relate to District Determinations
 Tips & Tools for Successful Transition Planning
 Understanding School Discipline for Special Education
 Using Assistive Technology to Make GPS Accessible for Students with Significant Disabilities
 Using Technology to Access the Classroom Anywhere, Anytime
 Using Technology to Support Students with Disabilities in the General Education Classroom
 Using the Process of Reviewing Policies
 What is ESY?