Reaching the Most Marginalized Students

One of the most important questions that we have to ask ourselves as educators during this unprecedented time is: What are we willing to do to help the most vulnerable students succeed in school and life? 

“I am different.  Not less.” – Temple Grandin. One of the most important questions that we have to ask ourselves as educators is: What are we willing to do to help the most vulnerable students succeed in school and life?  For our students with exceptionalities, the routines and academic expectations of school can be daunting.  In order to support all learners, especially the most vulnerable, we have to consider every aspect of schooling in an effort to support student learning and equity.  This workshop presents five approaches to help our most marginalized students be successful in a school environment.

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Administrators
Curriculum Specialists
Grades K-12 Instructors
Instructional Coaches

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