Transitioning a Student from a Self-Contained to a General Education Classroom is a Course
Transitioning a Student from a Self-Contained to a General Education Classroom
Full course description
Welcome to Transitioning a Student from a Self-Contained to a General Education Classroom. This training was developed by the Texas Education Agency's Texas Complex Access Network, or TX CAN.
This course is the third in our Inclusion Series. This course is focused on the process of transitioning students with complex access needs into the general education classroom. The content in this training aligns with the information in Chapter 7 of Cheryl M. Jorgensen's book (2018), It’s More Than “Just Being In:” Creating Authentic Inclusion for Students with Complex Support Needs.
The learning objectives for this training are:
- Provide examples of how to address inclusion concerns with inquiry
- Identify steps the team can take to transition a student from a self-contained classroom to a general education classroom
Special education teachers, paraprofessionals, general education teachers, administrators, speech language pathologists, related service providers, LIFE skills, Special Education, Inclusion