|Time and Location
|Understanding High-Leverage Practices: Exploring Bridges and Barriers to Implementation
|This poster describes a seven-part webinar series implemented statewide (with the support of the local department of education and the CEEDAR Center) which provided an overview of high-leverage practices and shared strategies and resources for implementation by stakeholders. Upon completing the web series, the team disseminated a survey to assist in assessing the efficacy of the webinars. Participant responses may inform future state and national initiatives to scale up and support HLP implementation. An overview of the series, survey findings, and recommendations for scale-up will be presented.
|Thursday, 2/6, 1:00pm
Oregon Convention Center, Poster 10, Hall E
|Roadmap for Educator Preparation Reform
|This poster shares the CEEDAR Center’s framework and an online tool to guide educator preparation programs through a systemic reform and continuous improvement process to integrate evidence-based and high-leverage practices for students with disabilities into general education and special education preparation programs.
|Thursday, 2/6, 2:15pm
Oregon Convention Center, Poster 16, Hall E
|High-Leverage Practices for Powerful Instruction: Implications for Teacher Preparation and Practice
|This poster describes how the Arizona CEEDAR team (now known as the Arizona Coalition for Educator Preparation and Practice ACEPP) developed resources for use in implementing HLPs in educator preparation programs and in practice. Participants will engage in conversations about collaborative activities between institutes of higher education as they consider re-design of educator preparation programs to increase practice-based opportunities, and alignment with state agency initiatives for improving literacy skills for K-12 students. For example, the Arizona Department of Education developed Learning Walks, a collaborative coaching process for professional development that collects classroom evidence of application and transfer of HLPs.
|Kathy Puckett Beth Hoffman
|Friday, 2/7, 1:30pm
Oregon Convention Center, Poster 23, Hall E
|School and District Improvement Through Inclusive Principal Leadership
|All students deserve an education that prepares them for lifelong learning and success. This poster presentation highlights strategies and resources to support state, local, and school leaders in their efforts to improve outcomes for students with disabilities by improving principal leadership. Presenters will share high-quality materials and resources available through the CEEDAR Center, the Center for Great Teachers and Leaders, CASE, and CCSSO. Participants will learn how to review and revise policies, procedures, and practices to build capacity and ensure that every child has the chance to meet challenging objectives.
|Saturday, 2/8, 2:15pm
Oregon Convention Center, Poster 8, Hall E