Scaffolding for Student Success (Nov.)

This course is aligned to the Effective School Framework Prioritized Lever 5 Essential Action 5.1: Objective-driven daily lesson plans with formative assessments.

Much of our teaching this year will focus on determining where students are in their learning.  What will we do next?  

We can use scaffolding strategies in order to meet students where they are.  Through effective scaffolding, students can improve their learning outcomes while increasing independence and self-regulation.

Join us to explore ways to support all abilities with high-, low-, and no-tech options that can create success in the classroom, on assessments, and beyond for all your students.

Join us post-workshop for a FREE individual follow-up session! 

During the workshop, you will have an opportunity to sign up for a one-hour session or two thirty-minute sessions via Zoom to discuss your unique implementation efforts, questions, and concerns.  

This session will be hosted on Zoom.  You will receive an email prior to the workshop with instructions on how to access the Zoom link. 

If you need the Zoom link on the day of a session, please contact for assistance.


special education, general education, instructional leaders, learning bundle
Inclusion, Special Education, Instructional Strategies, Diverse Populations, Instructional Technology, Elementary, Progress in the General Curriculum, High School, Universal Design for Learning
Online, Live Broadcast

CPE Credits: 3.00  
Registration Closes: None
Wed. 11/10/2021 - 3:00pm to 5:30pm