Webinar: Designing Inclusive Science Learning Environments: Supporting Students Who Receive Special Education Services (on STT59)


Webinar—Designing Inclusive Science Learning Environments: Supporting Students Who Receive Special Education Services

Description: Students receiving special educational services have a right to experience a PK-12 science education that fully integrates their presence. Inclusive science experiences that go beyond removing barriers and create learning environments that leverage student interest, identity and ability. This webinar builds on the ideas and tools we developed in STEM Teaching Tool #59 to explore how instruction can be designed to enable deep and meaningful science learning for students receiving special education services. 

With support from the National Science Foundation, the webinar was developed by Gina Tesoriero, University of Washington, Enrique Su├írez, University of Washington, Philip Bell, University of Washington, and Michael Heinz, Council of State Science Supervisors. 

Sponsors: The Council of State Science Supervisors, the NSF-funded ACESSE project, and the STEM Teaching Tools initiative.

Slides: Google slide deck

Recorded Webinar: Watch on YouTube