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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Instructional Coaching Conference 2018

We are currently accepting proposals for the 2018 Instructional Coaching Conference on July 23-25, 2018 at the Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel & Conference Center. Deadline is 2/1/18.

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Collaborative Leadership - 6 Influences that Matter Most

Peter DeWitt is a former K-5 Teacher of 11 years, principal for 8, and educational consultant for 2 years. In this presentation, he’ll be offering practical high impact strategies to improve school climate, expand teacher involvement in student learning to increase engagement, and involve a broader family network.

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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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New Texas TBI Website

www.txtbi.net Check out this new website developed by the Texas Low Incidence Statewide Network regarding Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Educators can find important, valuable information including the educational implications for a student who has suffered a TBI. The Statewide TBI Webinar is 1 hour and 19 minutes; the list of resources is extensive… and there […] Read More

UDL Series: Universal Design for Learning and the Every Student Succeeds Act

We hope this Universal Design for Learning (UDL) blog series is helping you find ways to use the framework in your classroom and that you are sharing what you learn and implement with others. Now that we have introduced UDL and have seen how it can be used to meet the needs of all learners, […] Read More