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Online Modules for CTE Teachers Serving Special Populations

Title of resource, project, or practice: Online Modules for CTE Teachers Serving Special Populations
Name(s), Title(s), and Affiliation of Leader(s): Rick Peterson, Ph.D. , Assistant Professor and Extension Parenting Specialist, Texas A & M Agrilife Extension
Overview of the resource:

These online modules are free and pertinent to any CTE teachers who serve special populations. The participant creates a free online account.

Important elements or characteristics of the resource, project, practice or strategy:

Course titles include:
–Laws and Legal Issues Related to Special Ed.: What do CTE teachers need to know?
–Instructional Strategies: Helping CTE Teachers Make Good Instructional Choices – Part 1&2
–Behavior and Classroom Management: Implementing Successful Plans In Your CTE Classroom
–Accommodations and Modifications in CTE Classrooms – Introduction
–Accommodations and Modifications in CTE Classrooms – Best Practice Strategies–
–Accommodations and Modifications in CTE Classrooms – Implementing Adaptations
–Disabilities A to Z
–Working with English Language Learners – Best Practices for CTE Teachers
–Universal Design for Learning Principles in CTE Instruction
–Working with Students with Emotional Behavior Disturbance in CTE Classrooms

Website: http://extensiononline.tamu.edu/courses/cte_teachers.php



Reported by: Lynn Reha
Email address of reporter: lcreha@ilstu.edu

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