Secondary CTE has long been a viable pathway for developing the skills of students with disabilities and preparing them for the future. Changes in Perkins V and an increasing emphasis on college and career readiness for all students are bringing the needs of student with disabilities to the forefront of the CTE conversation. Share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help us better serve students with disabilities.

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question | New discussion by Liza Messersmith

What is the name of the law that mandates students to have transition services included in their IEP that specifies postsecondary goals appropriate to education and training, employment, and if approp...

Best Practices | New discussion by Justin Edwards

Research-based best practices are essential in today continuing evolving education society.  Examples including project-based learning and writing across the ciricculum.

Best Practice | New blog by Judith Atkinson

All students learn differntly, what works for me is to get to know your students individual learning styles. That help with how I present the material I will teach.

Classroom Management | New discussion by Justin Edwards

Student relationship and management lies at te heart of student acheivment.

Classroom behavior | New blog by Christopher Garfias

The course content was very imforative with the chceck list. Classroom design attracts the students attention. 

Behavioral | New blog by Q Moss

Great information

Summary of Part 2 | New comment by Justin Edwards

Addiing practical, hands-on lessons with possible rewards might work with most scholars.  

Very informative | New blog by Brandie Hernandez-Putman

Very informative! 

Summary of Part 2 | New comment by Lindsey Harrell

I agree 100% with this checklist.  I have to make one at the beginning of each school year.