Cycling Assessment with Instruction for Students with the Most Significant Support Needs

Participants will build a framework for instruction to facilitate the incorporation of regular formative assessments as part of daily instruction for students with significant support needs. Participants will have hands-on experience unpacking the standards and aligning them with identified student challenges, learner variability and curriculum. Participants will gain understanding of direct relationship between assessment and instruction and a process for linking them for all students.

As a result of this session participants will be able to:

-reflect on immigrant experiences living with children with disabilities -imagine the resilience of immigrant families with children with disabilities

-imagine the transformation of life

-story and journey of hardship into love -assess the benefits of Ubuntu living for quality of life for a child with disabilities.

Marsye Kaplan, Karla Marty