Part 1: School Leadership for Students with Disabilities
Part 2: What is Inclusion and Why is it Important?
Part 3: The Principal’s Role in Developing Effective Inclusive Schools
Part 4: Instructional Leadership for Students with Disabilities
Part 5: Facilitating Collaboration
Part 6: Partnering with Parents: Ensuring Successful Outcomes for Students with Disabilities
Part 7: District Support for School Leaders

Each part has a download section that contains all the necessary materials to utilize that portion. You can also follow the links on the narrative of each page. The audience for this CEM is intended to be teacher and leader candidates within preservice programs at the undergraduate or graduate levels and/or district teachers and leaders participating in inservice professional learning opportunities.

  • Part 4: Instructional Leadership for Students with Disabilities. This part reviews instructional leadership with an emphasis on supporting the learning of students with disabilities. Specifically, it discusses high expectations for all learners, key dimensions of instructional leadership and the relevance of collective and distributed forms of leadership for students with disabilities.

Part 4 includes handouts accompanying the anchor presentation that instructors and professional development providers can download for use.

Handout 1: Save the Last Word
Handout 2: Sources of Evidence
Handout 3: References

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Section Parts

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