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Wednesday, August 2 • 10:30am - 10:48am
Using Peer-Mediated Literacy Instruction to Promote Inclusion

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Attendees will experience our district's story of inclusion, with a specific focus on the power of peers in literacy instruction. Those interested in the historical disenfranchisement of students with low-incidence disabilities, who are interested in making education more inclusive are encouraged to attend. We will root ourselves in the "WHY" behind inclusion, and give concrete examples (pictures, videos, snapshots) of HOW we use UDL to achieve inclusion in our classrooms. Participants will be given resources such as adapted lesson plans, UDL templates, and peer mentoring materials that can be used immediately in literacy classrooms or modified to specific content areas to allow them to put UDL peer-mediated practices into work in their classrooms this fall! The strategies will be applicable to all content areas and a hyperlinked resource will be provided.

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avatar for Allie Tasche and Katy Hayes

Allie Tasche and Katy Hayes

Learning Strategists, Oconomowoc Area School District
Katy and Allie are learning strategists from Wisconsin who are passionate about inclusion of students with autism and low-incidence disabilities. | As leaders in UDL, they design curricular, sensory, and social supports within the building and provide coaching to peers with... Read More →



Wednesday August 2, 2017 10:30am - 10:48am
Ballroom A&B

Attendees (40)