Lesson Plans that Work! Differentiation for Students with Significant Disabilities


Presenter: Ayo Jones, Noodle Nook
Core Area: Instructional Planning and Delivery 1A, 1B, 1C; Knowledge of Students and Student Learning 2A, 2B, 2C; Content Knowledge and Expertise 3A, 3B; Learning Environment 4C, 4D; Professional Practices and Responsibilities 6A

Grade Level: 
Elementary & Secondary
Hours: 4

Are you seeking guidance and clarity on everything that goes into differentiation for students with significant disabilities? In this 4-hour course by Noodle Nook, Ayo Jones dives deep into the lesson planning process. This course is excellent for teachers in low- incidence classrooms who help students with significant disabilities. When you complete this session, you will be at ease knowing exactly how to differentiate and successfully meet the academic needs of all your students.

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Lesson Plans that Work! Differentiation for SWSDs (Students with Significant Disabilities) is an invaluable resource for special education teachers. This course is easily one of the most accessible and doable approaches to differentiating lessons and planning instruction for students with significant disabilities. Ensure new and experienced teachers in classrooms for students with low-incidence disabilities, like autism, can plan and execute effective and meaningful lessons for students with severe and profound disabilities.

In this course from Noodle Nook, Ayo Jones shares the federally aligned best practices, Texas state-mandated policy, and the practical procedures behind aligning instruction to the grade level standards for students with significant cognitive disabilities who qualify for special education services. This session works well for new teachers training in special education, for those working with low-incidence disability students, and for teaching teams looking to be more purposeful and inclusive of all students during lesson development and delivery.

This session is an essential part of preparing special education staff teaching students with significant disabilities to be more inclusive of all students through targeted differentiation, to be more successful during classroom instruction, and to plan lessons in a way that improves student learning as well as staff efficacy.

In this 4-hour course, you will learn:

  • How to align lessons with Texas state standards
  • How to write lesson plans that meet the needs of special education students
  • How to use stations and rotations effectively
  • How to effectively differentiate for all students
  • How to use the levels of prompting to build student independence
  • Why response modes are vital and how to target instructional vocabulary
  • How to put all the pieces together to be successful in the classroom

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