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Supporting Teachers in Inclusive Programs

HOW DO WE KEEP INCLUSION FRONT AND CENTER?
MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES

A Network to Support Inclusive Educators

Saturday, February 27th, 2010

8:30 AM -1:00 PM

At the United Federation of Teachers (UFT) Headquarters
52 Broadway, New York

Teachers currently working in inclusive classrooms please join us to have the opportunity to:
•discuss approaches to collaborative team teaching
•engage in methodologies designed to engage all learners
•dialogue with parents of students with disabilities
•learn more about how assistive technology is used to make instruction accessible to students
•receive resources, including a Supporting Inclusive Practices: A Resource by the New York City Task Force on Quality Inclusive Schooling
•begin a network of educators who support inclusive classrooms

Breakfast will be provided
Space is limited to 100 participants; first come, first served

This event is free and is sponsored by: The New York City Task Force on Quality Inclusive Schooling, The UFT Teacher Centers, & Parent-to-Parent
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REGISTRATION via e-mail ASAP, but no later than February 22nd, to:
McHGH_LLN@yahoo.com (Ellen McHugh). Please include:

Your Name: ______________________________

School: _________________________________________
E-mail address: _________________________ Telephone number: ___________ Grade level taught: ____

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