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Principles of Active Learning to Meet the Sensory Needs of Students with Low Incidence Disabilities
Principles of Active Learning



Learning for a student with multiple disabilities typically takes longer due to sensory and motor challenges. Active learning is an approach that emphasizes that all individuals learn best through active participation. Active learning was developed by Danish psychologist Dr. Lilli Nielsen for children with multiple and visual impairments. During this session we will discuss the principles of Active Learning and how we can meet the sensory needs of our students using this approach. Day 2 will be a Make-N-Take where we will use the principles of active learning to create an activity for students that encourages active participation. All materials will be included in this session. 

Important Session Information:


This will be a two day session. Attendance both days will be required for continuing education credit.

T-TESS/T-PESS:
Dimension 2.2: Content Knowledge and Expertise, Dimension 2.4: Differentiation, Dimension 3.1: Classroom Environment, Routines and Procedures, Dimension 4.3: Professional Development

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Saturday, October 12, 2019
Session ID:
179047
Credits Available:
(12) CPE
Seats Available:
29
Fee:
$0.00
Contact Person:
Michele Craig
Instructor(s):
Cynthia Engel
Michele Craig
Date Time Location
10/14/2019 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM ESC Region 12
2101 W Loop 340, Waco, 76712
10/15/2019 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM ESC Region 12
2101 W Loop 340, Waco, 76712


ESC Region 12 | 2101 West Loop 340 | Waco TX 76712 | 254-297-1212