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What Can Science Teachers Learn about Special Needs at the #NSTA16 Nashville Conference?

Heading to NSTA’s National Conference on Science Education in Nashville, March 31–April 3? Are you looking for proven techniques to help ALL students be more successful in your science classroom? Check out these conference offerings that will help enhance the “bag of tricks” you bring to your inclusive science classroom.

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Outstanding Co-Teaching Practices for Science Teachers

text-based blog header reading: One of our goals is for an outside observer in our class not to be able to tell which one of us is the "content specialist" and who is the "special educator."

Approximately 70% of students with disabilities in Virginia are spending 80% of their instructional day in the general education classroom. The most frequently used service delivery model is co-teaching. In the fall of 2014, the Virginia Department of Education launched their Excellence in Co-Teaching Initiative. The goal of the Excellence in Co-teaching Initiative is to […]

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