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Creating Inclusive Environments PD Workshop

  • Looking for “best practice” methods to help include students with disabilities?
  • Trying to refine your co-teaching and curriculum planning systems?
  • Working to get everyone on board with your service delivery model?

Want a little help?

Consider being a participant in CHIME Institute’s

“Creating Inclusive Environments” PD Workshop.

You will need to send a minimum of 1 administrator, 1 special educator, and 1 general educator to a three day workshop October 3 – 5. Follow up with on-site coaching and additional PD webinars will follow.

If you would like to participate, please register on this website and you will be contacted with additional details.  Registration for COP members is first come/first serve.

 

Creating Inclusive Environments PD Workshop

Who: Inviting COP member schools to a new professional development program in creating inclusive education environments for students with special needs.

What: This 2 1/2 day workshop will help schools learn about specific elements of creating inclusive classrooms, allow schools to observe a fully inclusive education environment, and to develop an action plan for helping their school become more inclusive.  Participants will also have three online follow-up webinars to further develop their skills. Participating schools will also have two in-person follow up PD sessions from a CHIME professional development provider.

When: October 3rd  and 4th 8am – 4 pm and  Saturday October 5th, 8am – 12pm

Where: CHIME Charter School 19722 Collier Street, Woodland Hills, Ca 91364

How: The development of this PD and the fee for participation for selected COP schools is being funded by a Charter Operated Programs special projects grant. (Add) Schools not funded by the COP grant may pay for the conference. Conference attendance costs $475 per attendee. Schools may also pay an additional fee of $600 for follow up coaching and support for the 2019-20 school year.