Teaching Innovations

Creating innovative classrooms builds lively teaching, academic rigor, and connective instruction, the three components of engagement. These videos showcase four methods for increasing these components.

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Parent Companion: First Five Years

A guide for Texas parents and caregivers of children with diagnosed or suspected disabilities from birth through 5 years of age.

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The Teacher Toolkit

A resourceful website developed by the Educator Certification Program that demonstrates powerful teaching strategies for use by novice and veteran teachers alike.

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Advancing Educational Leadership

Advancing Educational Leadership (AEL) has been designed to provide school leaders with the hidden curriculum of what it takes to be a successful school leader. Explore inspirational and practical tools to help school leaders grow and learn along the way with their schools and students.

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It’s Never Too Early to Start Planning for Transition

Starting the new school year means getting to know your students. Transition assessments are one way for secondary educators get to know their students’ strengths, preferences, interests, and needs. Transition planning must begin by age 14 (or younger, if appropriate) for any student receiving special education services. But what about elementary teachers and students . […] Read More

Look What’s Happening in Elementary Math – FALL 2016!

There are several opportunities for professional growth in elementary mathematics during the fall of 2016. Check out the flyer to learn more about our workshops, guest speakers, GT update for math, and online fraction course. There’s something for everyone! All trainings are designed to support T-TESS Domain 2, Instruction. Flyer – Elementary Math Fall 2016 Read More