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Special Education Law
Overview of SPED Law 4:20
Importance of SPED Law 4:45
Reading IEPs 3:57
Physical Space 7:08
Individualize Instruction 3:38
Ensure Access 4:36
Teach and Learn 1:41
By Content 2:17
By Product 1:28
By Process 2:13
Environmental Accommodations 3:56
Materials Accommodations 5:54
Presentation Modifications 2:33
Project Modifications 4:27
Assessment Modifications 2:45
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
3 PD Hours
1 Explore the nuances of special education law and how it applies to the art room setting.
2 Learn about the differences between differentiation, modifications, and accommodations.
3 Gain specific strategies to help your students with special needs succeed in the art room.
It’s absolutely essential that teachers understand and know how to implement their students’ IEPs. However, when you see hundreds of students each year, this task can quickly become overwhelming. In this PRO Pack, gain the skills you need to effectively meet the needs of your students with IEPs. You’ll start with an overview of special education law and how it applies to the art room. Then, you’ll walk through exactly how to address your students’ required modifications and accommodations in the art room setting.
B. Selects printed and digital instructional resources for classroom use
B. Designs instruction to address student background knowledge and ability levels
C. Develops appropriate adaptations and enrichments for students
D. Differentiates instruction and activities to align with IEP goals
12. Physical Space
A. Designs an art room that is accessible for all students
B. Promotes the safe use of equipment, materials, and supplies
C. Maintains the organization of supplies and student work
Head of Student Services and Admissions and PRO Facilitator
Shannon’s passion lies where creative expression in art education collides with meeting the needs of all learners. After teaching art for several years in therapeutic schools to students with emotional and behavioral disabilities, she earned a Master’s certification from Kean University in 2011 in Special Education. She has worked with learners preschool-aged through adult and is devoted to developing strategies and interventions that provide creative outlets for students of all abilities in the art room. As a graduate instructor and admissions and academic advisor, she is dedicated to shaping the future of professional learning to art educators.