$20.00

Presenter: Ayo Jones, Noodle Nook
Core Area: Instructional Planning and Delivery 1D; Knowledge of Students and Student Learning 2A, 2C; Learning Environment 4A, 4D; Professional Practices and Responsibilities 6A; Planning 1.3; Instruction 2.1, 2.4; Learning Environment 3.2, 3.3; Professional Practices and Responsibilities 4.1 

Grade Level: 
Elementary & Secondary
Hours: 0.25

How can you prevent bias and disproportionality in the classroom? In this 15-minute course from Noodle Nook, Ayo Jones explains how to meet the academic and behavioral needs of all students. Once you have completed this session, you’ll understand the policy, procedural takeaways, and essential teacher practices covering disproportionality.

This course is part of the Keys to Special Education Series.

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Description

Properly identifying individuals with disabilities with a bias-free process is a key part of federal special education policy. Ensuring student disciplinary actions don’t disproportionately impact students of color or students with disabilities is equally as important. As a teacher, ensure you fully understand your responsibilities to minimize disproportionality and what you can do back in the classroom.

In this course from Noodle Nook, Ayo Jones shares the federal policy, local procedures, and teacher best practices behind disproportionality in the identification of individuals with disabilities and disciplinary measures applied to students.This session works well for compliance training staff on special education topics and effectively meeting the needs of students with disabilities within the guidelines of the law. It is a part of the Keys to Special Ed Series which focuses on identifying students with disabilities, delivering essential interventions and supports, and complying with best practices and federal guidelines.

In this 15-minute course, you will learn:

  • How inherent bias impacts the identification of students needing special education services
  • How a campus can minimize disproportionality
  • How to build a positive classroom culture
  • How to connect with families to better understand students

This series is an essential part of properly training your staff on special education topics, improving special education servicing on your campus, and meeting state accountability measures.

All courses in this series:

Keys to Special Education – Child Find
Keys to Special Education – Interventions
Keys to Special Education – Dyslexia
Keys to Special Education – Evaluation
Keys to Special Education – Reevaluation
Keys to Special Education – FAPE
Keys to Special Education – IEP Content
Keys to Special Education – IEP Implementation
Keys to Special Education – Least Restrictive Environment
Keys to Special Education – State Assessments
Keys to Special Education – IEP Committees
Keys to Special Education – Instructional Strategies
Keys to Special Education – Graduation
Keys to Special Education – ECI Transition
Keys to Special Education – Secondary Transition
Keys to Special Education – Behavior Interventions
Keys to Special Education – Disproportionality
Keys to Special Education – Teacher Evaluations in Texas
Keys to Special Education – Behavior Intervention Plans Implementation
Keys to Special Education – Data Analysis
Keys to Special Education – Family Engagement
Keys to Special Education – Community Connection

Ayo Jones is an experienced special education teacher, successful instructional coach, and charismatic professional speaker. Driven by her love for all things special education, Ayo provides educators teaching students with significant disabilities exactly what they need to survive and thrive. In her over 15 years in education, she has coached hundreds of teachers, trained thousands of educational professionals, and developed curriculum for tens of thousands of students with disabilities. She is a regular consultant to multiple school districts and educational support centers throughout Texas and beyond as well as in West Africa, where she does outreach to underserved students.

Ayo is the founder of Noodle Nook, an online resource for teachers in special education, providing tools for classroom success. She hosts a teacher podcast, is a published author, and delivers curriculum to teachers worldwide, including Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia. Best known for her engaging public speaking, Ayo’s captivating presence and witty delivery have made her a sought-after professional trainer.

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