Hartford Public High School Nursing and Green Tech Academies Engage in Three- year Training with Inclusive Classroom Project from Columbia University’s Teachers College

SPOTLIGHT on EXCELLENCE     November 2014

 

Hartford Public High School Nursing and Green Tech Academies Engage in Three- year Training with Inclusive Classroom Project from Columbia University’s Teachers College

 

Ms. Tokarz, Ms. Im, and Ms. Bubloski identifying “process” practices

Hartford Public High School Nursing and Green Tech Academies are engaged in a three year long training sequence with the Inclusive Classroom Project out of Columbia University’s Teachers College. This three year sequence will focus on HPHS teachers becoming experts in the Universal Design for Learning model of instruction. This will enable all students within the community to have curriculum “universally” accessible through embedded differentiation. The two academies will serve as a support for each other as they engage in on-going professional development. This year, teacher will have approximately 16 hours of direct professional development and will participate in 48 hours of feedback loops designed to measure implementation within the classroom setting with real-time, quality feedback.
 

Instructor Ericka Hooper engaged with Mr. Yackel, Mr. Anderson and Ms. Vadnais
 
 
Submitted by Principals Mel Brady-Shanley and Mike Maziarz.   Please click on their names to send email if you have questions about this program.
 

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