Equitable Teaching Mindset Guide (Available Soon!)

Description

With the foundational belief that every student should have their learning outcomes met through the accessibility of their general education teacher, the Equitable Teaching Mindset Guide provides a process to put this belief into action.

The Equitable Teaching Mindset Guide can be used individually by the general education teacher to support their instructional practices or collaboratively with educational teams (problem solving, special education, 504, English Language Learners, and even Gifted and Talented) to determine how they can best support student access of the general education teacher.

Guided by an examination of six key areas: Role, Relationship, Identification, Planning, Differentiation, and Implementation, members of a students educational team (general and special education teacher, paraprofessionals, specialists, principals, parents, and even students if appropriate) are challenged to assess student needs through their lens of expertise.

The perspective, knowledge, and skills necessary to support student access to the general education teacher are strengthened for educators during this process and the result is a skills based learning plan for students that is utilized by the general education teacher and supported by the educational team.

Areas of focus

Mindset in this area focuses on perspective, knowledge, and skills related to the individual responsibilities of each member of the educational team. Specifically, what is their role in Equitable Teaching.

Mindset in this area focuses on the development of relationships and the value they bring to understanding what the students learning inclinations may be.

Mindset in this area focuses on how to identify meaningful goals and objectives, modifications, and accommodations that work in collaboration with the general education classroom curriculum to meet the learning outcomes of all students including those that qualify for interventions services, an Individual Education Plan (IEP), 504 plan or any other special services.

Mindset in this area focuses on how to monitor and adjust daily routines, schedule, curriculum, expectations, and all other activities in response to the learning outcomes of every student in the general education classroom.

Mindset in this area focuses on how to plan and develop daily routines, schedule, curriculum, expectations, and all other activities that contribute to the classroom culture, through a lens that accounts for the learning outcomes of every student in the general education classroom.

Mindset in this area focuses on how to effectively and creatively implement the plans and differentiation for daily routines, schedule, curriculum, expectations, and all other activities designed to support the learning outcomes of every student in the general education classroom.

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