A Collaboration Challenge: Therapists Successfully Supporting Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom
With increased focus on Differentiated Instruction and Universal Design for Learning teachers are working to manage various types of learners in their classrooms. The unique expertise OT, PT and SLP practitioners have regarding task analysis, neurologic development, and student ability can provide essential support to classroom teachers. Learn how to effectively communicate instructional strategies, partner to create accommodations, and demonstrate students supports to empower teachers to create classrooms that support all types of learners.
1. Understanding of educational practice of differentiated instruction.
2. What information can therapists present to team members to support differentiation for all students?
3. What collaboration strategies enhance communication between therapists and teachers?
The Functional but Struggling Child: Effectively Addressing Mild Motor Impairments in Children with Aspergers Syndrome, DCD, Mild CP, Visula Challenges and Sensory Processing Concerns
We all know students who test well but struggle to manage their day with frustration and extra effort or students who have ongoing mild motor challenges that will follow them during their school career. Learn interventions across grade levels to improve student efficiency, participation and engagement while balancing the need for the student to remain in the least restrictive environment.
1.Determine which steps of the referral and evaluation process lead to collection of information that best determines need for intervention and specific service delivery determination.
2.Develop an understanding of how to support the student across the entire school day through targeted service delivery.
3.Plan with physical educators to support participation in the inclusion setting for Physical Education
COURSE FEE: $179
Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapist Assistants, Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants, Speech-language Pathologist
This course is offered for 4.5 Contact Hours, 0.45 CEUs (Intermediate Level) Please visit our CEU page for further details
This course is offered for up to .45 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area).
To receive ASHA CEUs, you must submit your ASHA participant form, along with your CEU certificate(s) for each completed online session, within 14 days of taking and passing the post-test(s). The ASHA participant form is available HERE.
Please submit these forms electronically:
Please put “ASHA CEUs” in the subject line of your email.
Online course completions are reported to ASHA Quarterly following the below schedule:
Quarter 1: Online course Completions 1/1 – 3/31 will be reported to ASHA no later than 5/15
Quarter 2: Online course Completions 4/1 – 6/30 will be reported to ASHA no later than 8/14
Quarter 3: Online course Completions 7/1 – 9/30 will be reported to ASHA no later than 11/14
Quarter 4: Online course Completions 10/1 – 12/31 will be reported to ASHA no later than 2/14
If you wish to get continuing education credits after watching this session, you will need to take the post-test and pass it with a grade of 80% or better. To take the exam, watch sessions A and B and click the tab "Take Exam", after watching session B. After you have submitted your answers, you will find out if you passed. If you passed, click the "Receive certificate" button to download and print your CEU certificate. If you did not pass, you may re-take the exam at your convenience until you pass.
For Group Pricing and Group Registration:
Please call the office for further information, to register and receive log in information for each individual.
Fee: $179 +$34 for each additional registrant (CEU certificate) up to 19.
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