Learning Resources from SERC
Using the search tool at left, use this page to find a wealth of learning resources collected by SERC, from a variety of sources. These sources include SERC Professional Development, to Connecticut State Department of Education official documents, to classroom-ready downloadables spanning a wide variety of topics.
Resources are available in a variety of formats, including web articles, videos and multimedia presentations, printable .PDFs, and downloadable presentations, spreadsheets, and document files.
These resources and many more are available:
The PACE is an evaluation system for speech-language pathologists (SLPs) who practice in school-based setting. It is comprised of three components 1) a portfolio assessment form, 2) self-reflection form, and 3) evaluator observation form.
The attached resource guide reminds all educational institutions receiving Federal financial assistance from the Department that they must vigilantly work to ensure compliance with Section 504 and other Federal laws that protect students with disabilities.…
From the Crimsonbridge Foundation, this guide is designed to help service providers and educators build communication strategies to more easily and effectively reach out to Latino children and families.
If you didn’t catch it, check out the December 2015-January 2016 edition of ASCD’s Educational Leadership devoted to the topic of Co-Teaching.
You can easily create your own graphs of student performance on academic and behavior objectives to demonstrate the progress that has been made!
The purpose of this technical assistance paper is to briefly describe what is currently known about dyslexia, focusing particularly on methods of early identification, prevention, and remedial instruction.
Example of Station Teaching in an elementary math class.
Webinar Archive: Maintenance of Effort (MOE) & IDEA Part B Grant:
Passed by the U.S. Senate to recognize the significant educational implications of dyslexia. Read more about this article on The Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity website or download the PDF from Yale here.
This diagram outlines a student-centric approach to determining post-high school goals.