Learning Resources

ACEPP HLP Book Study

Description: This site holds the videos created by the Arizona Coalition of Educator Preparation and Practice (ACEPP) for the HLP Book Study offered to faculty at institutions around the state in 2022. There are five modules for the book study with a video for each module. Modules 1-3 focused on the Collaboration, Assessment, and Social/Emotional/Behavioral HLPS (respectively). Modules 4 and 5 focused on the Instruction HLPs. There is also a Wrap Up video to close out the book study. In addition to a general introduction to the HLP domains, there are specific examples for how the HLPs may apply to a variety of educational settings and disabilities.

Author: Christina Rivera, University of Arizona

High-Leverage Practices in Arizona Resource Hub

Description: High Leverage Practices in Arizona is an information hub for Arizona educators centered around high leverage practices for inclusive classrooms which impact all children, especially those with disabilities. The purpose of the hub is to cultivate awareness and understanding of the core set of 22 HLPs; demonstrate the alignment of HLPs as they relate to the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC), Council for Exceptional Children, and Teaching Works High Leverage Practices; and provide resources about HLPs to align theory and application, for the purpose of advancing educator preparation and practice.

Author: Christina Rivera, University of Arizona

High-Leverage Practices Website

Description: High Leverage Practices in Arizona is an information hub for Arizona educators centered around high leverage practices for inclusive classrooms which impact all children, especially those with disabilities. The purpose of the hub is to cultivate awareness and understanding of the core set of 22 HLPs; demonstrate the alignment of HLPs as they relate to the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC), Council for Exceptional Children, and Teaching Works High Leverage Practices; and provide resources about HLPs to align theory and application, for the purpose of advancing educator preparation and practice.

Contact: Laurie VanderPloeg, CEC