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September 2016 News: Communities of Practice Sessions Begin

All across Tennessee this Fall, educators have been participating in monthly Community of Practice sessions to deepen their understanding of the concepts and skills presented in the SPDG Fall workshop, Increasing Access to Core Instruction. The Communities of Practice sessions are led in districts by SPDG Facilitators who help their colleagues apply principles of Universal Design and Differentiated Instruction in their classrooms.

“We’re seeing educators really dig in to the material presented in the workshop, and use these Community of Practice sessions to apply it to their own situation by trying out new approaches, asking questions, and talking it through with their peers,” said Anika Chambers, SPDG Interventionist working with SPDG school districts in Middle Tennessee. “It’s definitely making a difference for us.”

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