Child Focused Instructional Strategies: Individualizing to Meet the Needs of All Young Learners

DateClass TypeAddressCityStatePrice
12/7/2022 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM PST1981 NE Columbia RdSeattleWA$15.00

Even with a high-quality early childhood foundation in place curriculum modifications, and embedded learning opportunities, some children require a higher level of individualization. Join us for our final webinar in the Building Blocks series, where we discuss strategies for individualizing instruction. This webinar will include discussion and examples of child-focused instructional strategies, planning forms, and assessment tools. Participation in the previous two webinars (curriculum modifications and embedded learning opportunities) is not required but encouraged. 

Objective:
1. Discuss when to use Child Focused Instructional Strategies
2. Discuss specific strategies to support individual learners, including prompting and reinforcement
3. Create plans for Child Focused Instructional Strategies in your classroom or program 

$15
December 7, 2022 | 3:30 - 5:00 PM (PST)
Includes 1.5 clock hours

Audience: Early Learning Providers

Meet the instructor:

Shannon is an Education Specialist at the Haring Center for Inclusive Education. She received her Masters of Education in Early Childhood Special Education from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and holds a State of Alabama dual teaching certification in general education and special education.

Shannon’s work focuses on creating inclusive early childhood classrooms in low-income areas through the use of effective teacher coaching.

Prior to joining the Haring Center team, Shannon worked as a special education preschool teacher for 5 years. Shannon has experience supporting students in community-based preschool programs, working as part of the preschool special education referral and IEP team, and working as a preschool special education classroom teacher.


If you have questions or comments, please contact the Haring Center Professional Development and Training team at haringpd@uw.edu.