Training for Scheduling of Students with Disabilities in Secondary Schools Debra Y. Barbour Office of Low Incidence and Inclusion May 2008
Objectives: The participants will be able to: • Identify documents to use when developing the master schedule • Identify LRE and the number of special education instructional hours for SWD • Use scheduling documents/tools to develop a “mock” schedule
What Do You Know? How Do You Schedule for Students with Disabilities?
What Do You Want To Know? As a team, write down THREE questions you have about scheduling for students with disabilities.
Scheduling Documents • SETS #105 LRE Report (student) • SETS #1 Brief Alpha Report (student) • Service Page from MD On-Line IEP • IEP Summary Page from MD On-Line IEP • IEP Matrix (Should be completed PRIOR to scheduling) • Course Description for Trade Certification
Scheduling Steps Identify Instructional Models • Co-Teaching • Collaborative/Consultative Identify the specific type of schedule • 4x4 • Year long • A/B Day Identify the required courses for each student Begin the Scheduling Process
Developing A Schedule Use the documents you brought to complete the IEP Matrix and Develop a schedule for your 11th grade students
Barriers for Scheduling In you teams, think about and list barriers for scheduling for SWD
What Have You Learned? On the Chart Paper, List what you have Learned about Scheduling for SWD and Explain How you will Use this Information