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Presentation Handouts/Slides

  Welcome!!

    We have received many requests for copies of the various handouts we use in our presentations. So, we have organized a set of online modules.

    The first modules will be of interest to the widest segment of stakeholders; the last few will be important to those who are ready to play an ongoing role in improving how schools provide supports for students who are not succeeding.

      If you find these helpful, feel free to use & adapt them in any way. Also, let us know about any other modules you would like us to develop.


Currently Available Online

Enhancing School Improvement:
Addressing Barriers to Learning and Re-engaging Students

(Note: The entire presentation is currently available in Powerpoint format.
See the links below to download individual sections

Also note: available for downloading in PDF format is a set of handouts
from which the power point slides were created. Many of the handouts
offer additional details related to the matters discussed.)

  • Why is a System of Learning Supports Imperative for School Improvement?
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  • What is a System of Learning Supports? An intervention perspective
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  • What is a System of Learning Supports? An infrastructure perspective

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  • What is a System of Learning Supports? A policy perspective
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  • What’s Involved in Getting from Here to There?
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  • Engaging and Re-engaging Students with an Emphasis on Intrinsic Motivation
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  • Concluding Comments
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