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I want better for ALL my students, but when I started teaching middle and high school students with intellectual disabilities and autism, I ran into many challenges:
- Students were at all different levels (from non-readers to early readers)
- Some students seemed disengaged from learning
- Many students had challenging behaviors and it was difficult to figure out what to do
Over the last few years, I breathed new life into my classroom with some new strategies and resources that give me the tools I need to teach the way I always wanted to…
- Each student is participating and engaging with leveled resources—words, vocabulary, and even books that my students can handle.
- I teach interesting literature, science, social studies, and math topics to every student, despite the level at which they appear to function.
- Challenging behaviors have dropped so low now that students are engaged and learning.
In this webinar, I’ll share how I used Readtopia to make these shifts. My students are actually building background knowledge and making connections to their own lives. I’ve never seen anything like it before.
Don Johnston (himself) is joining me on this webinar to share more about Readtopia. You can ask me questions, and I’ll share strategies that worked in my classroom.