This unique directory lists camps and programs for children with and without special needs, offering a range of both outdoor and indoor activities as well as opportunities for day and overnight camping experiences.
News & Updates
- 2015-2016 Request for Proposals (RFP) - Parent Leadership Training/Parent Trust Fund Grant
- The IEP Guide: Page by Page
- Assessment of Child and Adolescent Behavioral and Emotional Problems and Risk with the BASC-3
- Symposium celebrates, cultivates teacher-leadership in Connecticut
- A Plan to Ensure Equitable Access to Excellent Educators- Webinars
- School Climate Transformation Grant (SCTG) Open for Applications
- 2015 Directory of Summer Camps & Programs
- Connecting the Dots Archives
- A Forum with Dinner and Networking on Equity in Education: A Transformational Approach
- The Yale RELATE Project
- SRBI Symposium: Using Data for Development, Decision Making, and Effective Instruction
- Advocating for a Program that Empowers Families
- Let's Pretend! Using Storybooks to Encourage Play and Friendships
- May 6, 2015- NEW DATE for Best Practices in Co-Teaching
- Free Webinars on IEP
- Recognized for Leadership: Mark D. Benigni
- Autism - Connecting the Dots
- 4th Annual Parental Involvement Recognition Award
- NEW: Specific Learning Disabilities/Dyslexia Initiative Web page
- Welcome to our new partner- Dr. Isabelina Rodriguez
|Job Embedded Professional Development: Teaching and Learning|
The State Education Resource Center (SERC) offers a variety of professional development, including technical assistance (TA) related to best practices in co-teaching and differentiated instruction. In-district, job-embedded TA is designed to meet your school or district needs to make the support more strategic and impactful.
You can customize your staff's professional development by choosing from the topics listed below, or contact SERC in order to develop a specific plan that fits your needs.
Visit Co-Teaching and Differentiated Instruction web pages for more information.