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National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality (NCCTQ):

Resources to Support Teacher Preparation—Making the Link Between Special Education and General Education

http://www.ncctq.org/connection/

The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA) confirm that teachers need to be prepared and supported to meet the needs of all learners, both general education learners and learners with disabilities. In an effort to provide information to those who prepare and support teachers, NCCTQ offers the NCCTQ Connection. This resource, targeted to teacher preparation programs, provides strategies and research-based practice and policy on how this goal might be achieved.

 

Below is a list of five resource areas aligned with the current priorities set by the Office of Special Education Programs at the U.S. Department of Education. The links will lead you to information that could guide decision making on how to best prepare and support teachers as they work to create and extend learning opportunities for all students.

 

Assessment Resources

http://www.ncctq.org/connection/spEdAssess.php

 

Classroom Management/Behavior Resources

http://www.ncctq.org/connection/spEdBehavior.php

 

Inclusive Practices Resources

http://www.ncctq.org/connection/spEdInclusive.php

 

Instructional Strategies Resources

http://www.ncctq.org/connection/spEdStrategies.php

 

Reading/Literacy Resources

http://www.ncctq.org/connection/spEdLiteracy.php