What Is the Access to the General Curriculum Institute?

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AGC Institute 2018
Region 4 ESC | Session ID:  1282822 | Fee $105

 

Online Sessions:

 

Effective Collaboration Between General and Special Education Educators
Online | Session ID: 1344026 | Fee: $25
 
 
Co-Teaching: A Framework of Best Practices
Online | Session ID: 1344015 | Fee: $25
 
 
Accommodations vs. Modifications
Online | Session ID: 1343992 | Fee: $25
 
 
Paraprofessionals: Supporting Reading in the Classroom
Online | Session ID: 1344030 | Fee: $15
 
 
Paraprofessionals: Supporting Writing in the Classroom
Online | Session ID: 1344032 | Fee: $15
 
 
Paraprofessionals: Supporting Math in the Classroom
Online | Session ID: 1344029 | Fee: $15

 

 

What People Are Saying!

Access is a means of approach.
Access is how educators expose students to the general curriculum.

 

Designing learning environments that ensure students receive quality access to the general curriculum is challenging. Educators are faced with a wide range of learner variability in their classrooms. To address this variability, educators need professional development opportunities that focus on evidence-based practices for instruction.


The goal of the AGC Institute it to provide educators with high-quality professional learning experiences covering a wide range of topics designed to build their capacity in evidence-based practices for instruction. The AGC Institute offers attendees a wide variety of opportunities to hear from national, state, and local experts through general and concurrent sessions.
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