Teaching and Learning of Students with Disabilities in the CTE Classroom

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This interactive workshop will provide the CTE teacher with a refresher on federal and state regulations relating to students with disabilities, and information on characteristics of the disability categories most frequently found in CTE classrooms.

There will be an opportunity to share with others concerns, barriers, and difficulties associated with meeting the needs of SWD in the CTE classroom. Instructional strategies and best practices will be learned, discussed, shared and recorded for use in the participants’ classrooms. This workshop is for CTE, integrated academic, and special education teachers, school counselors, and administrators.

The workshop will be preceded by a presentation explaining the CDOS Credential, CDOS Pathway and CTE Pathway. The components and requirements for each of them will be reviewed and questions will be answered.


     Catherine A. Brucker, Consultant, Retired administrator with experience as a Director of Special Programs, CSE Chair, and Principal

     Colleen Ulrich, Consultant, Retired Administrator with experience as a Director of Student Support Services, Director of Special Services, and CSE/CPSE Chairperson

     Constance Spohn, Assistant Director CTE TAC, former administrator and CTE Teacher

October 25th, 2017 8:30 AM   through   1:30 PM
Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES
4747 Middle Settlement Rd
New Hartford, NY 13413

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