Description

This stack is designed to provide educators with strategies to meet individual student needs as well as co-teaching approaches to meet instructional needs for exceptional learners and behavior management practices for students nonresponsive to universal learning environment strategies.

What You'll Demonstrate

You will demonstrate how to individualize instructional and behavioral management approaches to meet student needs.

Who Should Apply

  • PK12 educators
  • Education support professionals

Micro-credentials


Analyzing Behavior: PBIS

The educator analyzes scenarios in which students engage in challenging behavior (with varying levels of intensity and frequency) and matches them to an appropriate tier of support.

Assessing Self-Determination

Educators will demonstrate their ability to assess self-determination amongst youth with disabilities.

Developing a Behavior Contract

The educator conducts an interview with a focal student in need of targeted intervention to improve learning environment behaviors and develops and implements a behavior contract.

Collecting Time Sampling Data

The educator views a video of student behavior, records momentary time sampling data, and graphs summary data using completed data sheets.

Defining Target Behaviors Operationally

The educator identifies potential target behaviors, writes operational definitions of the behaviors, and identifies examples and nonexamples of the behaviors.

Facilitating Choice and Decision-Making

Educators will demonstrate their ability to facilitate choice and decision-making amongst youth with disabilities.

Facilitating Goal-Setting and Self-Awareness

Educators will demonstrate their ability to facilitate self-awareness amongst youth with disabilities.

Facilitating Leadership Development

Educators will demonstrate their ability to promote school and community leadership opportunities amongst youth with disabilities.

Facilitating Problem-Solving

Educators will demonstrate their ability to facilitate problem-solving amongst youth with disabilities.

Facilitating Self-Advocacy Skills

Educators will demonstrate their ability to facilitate self-advocacy amongst youth with disabilities.

Facilitating Self-Management Skill-Building

Educators will demonstrate their ability to facilitate self-management amongst youth with disabilities.

Facilitating Student-Driven Goal-Setting

Educators will demonstrate their ability to facilitate student-driven goal-setting amongst youth with disabilities.

Identifying Interagency Teams

The transition support professional identifies relevant stakeholders and their value in participating in interagency teaming to increase post-school outcomes for young adults with disabilities.

Implementing a Group Contingency

The educator analyzes scenarios in which the teacher implements a specific type of group contingency and justifies their selection.

Implementing CICO Intervention

The educator collaborates with other stakeholders to create a daily progress report for a student in need of Tier 2 levels of behavioral support and implements CICO intervention.

Self-Monitoring

The educator develops an individualized self-monitoring scorecard for a focal student in need of Tier 2 behavioral support and collects ongoing data on a predetermined target behavior.

Understanding Self-Determination

Educators will demonstrate their understanding of self-determination and how it affects post-school outcomes for young adults with disabilities.