You will be sent information on temporary access to a Dropbox folder for your submission. All submission files should have a first and last name in the filename (i.e. “johnsmith-video.mpg”, “johnsmith-submission.doc”, etc…). Again, any questions, please email the appropriate Coordinator or Committee Chair, Benjamin Hurley, at HurleBen@wcps.k12.md.us. Thank you and we look forward to seeing the great work your teachers and students do!
Plans are underway to bring Maryland
educators two great days of inspiring and innovative
development. Presenting more than 100
great sessions, thought provoking keynote and featured speakers, and a
marketplace showcasing the latest in educational products and services. Everything you need to Lead and Learn in the Digital Age.
Common Ground is a very special program planned by educators for educators. Twelve Maryland education organizations have joined together to create an unforgettable event. Join in and Register today.
Maryland Learning Links is a new resource for Maryland educators and the one place to visit for information, guidance and resources related to special education and early intervention services for infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities and their families. Whether you are an administrator, teacher, provider or parent, you are sure to benefit from the site’s comprehensive and user-friendly blend of knowledge and real-world practice.
Be sure to check out:
· A library of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) resources including an interactive activity for all teachers to practice UDL thinking, a virtual tour of a UDL classroom, case studies and videos;
· Over 30 original videos on topics such as: co-teaching, UDL, assistive technology, the Child Outcome Summary Process, IEP team meetings, the special education process and transition planning to name a few;
· Leadership to Go” articles for administrator use at in-service professional development workshops;
· Multiple media resources about secondary transition to help families prepare for engagement in post-secondary education, employment and independent living; and
· mATchup, an interactive tool that helps teachers find assistive technologies, both low and high tech, to support students with special needs.