Recorded Webinars

SIP hosted Dr. Katie Novak Webinar Series: UDL - A Call to Action for Administrators and Teachers (Four Part Series)

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SIP Co-Teaching in a New Era: Strategies for In-person and Virtual Instruction Webmodule Series

Co-Teaching in a New Era: Strategies for In-Person and Virtual Instruction Webinar Series Part 1: Why Inclusive Education

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Co-Teaching in a New Era: Strategies for In-person and Virtual Instruction Part 2: Using the Co-Teaching Models

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Co-Teaching in a New Era: Strategies for In-Person and Virtual Instruction Webinar Series Part 3: Creating a Co-Teaching Partnership

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SIP Universal Design for Learning Webmodule Series

Module 1: Celebrating the Variability of Learners

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Module 2: Utilizing the UDL Framework to Develop Expert Learners

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Module 3: Mitigating Barriers to Access and Equity Through the Lesson Design

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Transition Planning for Students with Disabilities

The Transition Landscape One of Seven Webinars

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Effective Transition Assessment Strategies  Second of Seven Webinars

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Transition Services that Lead to Post-Secondary Success Third of Seven Webinars

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Transition Course of Study/Goals Fourth of Seven Webinars

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The Critical Role of the Family in Transition Planning Fifth of Seven Webinars

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Transition Planning Collaboration Sixth of Seven Webinars

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Transition Planning Legal Mandates Seventh of Seven Webinars

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Behavior/Restraint and Seclusion (AB2657)

Webinar 1: Defining & Understanding Challenging Behavior & Associated Legislation

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Webinar 2: Assessment of Challenging or Disruptive Behaviors: Why Do They Do What They Do?

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Webinar 3: See you Later Behavior: Show Me the Replacements!

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Webinar 4a: Developing BIPs for Your Classroom

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Webinar 4b: Developing BIPs for Your Classroom

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Webinar 4c: Developing BIPs for Your Classroom

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Featured Inclusive Practice - UDL

UDL is an education framework based on decades of neuroscience research and is endorsed by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). This framework is being adopted by teachers, schools, and districts around the globe and is considered best practice for teaching ALL students in an inclusive learning environment. UDL empowers both teachers and students by putting students in charge of their own learning.

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Organizations/Agencies

CAPTAIN is a multiagency network developed to support the understanding and use of evidence based practices for individuals affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder across the state. 

CPIN provides high quality professional development for preschool administrators and teachers highlighting current research-based information, resources, and effective instructional practices which are focused on preparing children to flourish in early childhood and succeed in elementary school and beyond.

The Desired Results Access Project promotes positive outcomes for young children with disabilities and their families within California’s Early Learning and Development System by creating and supporting a high-quality assessment system.

Seeds of Partnership aims to create or provide avenues and tools to increase improvement of partnerships, provide professional development resources, and tools that will assist LEAs seeking to improve their family engagement program practices and educational outcomes. 

Since its founding in 1984, CAST has seeded and grown the field of Universal Design for Learning through creative research and development, strategic partnerships, teacher preparation and support, and international outreach.

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