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Secondary Support Facilitation: A Playlist for Exploring the Inclusive Service Delivery Model is a Course

Secondary Support Facilitation: A Playlist for Exploring the Inclusive Service Delivery Model

Ended Jul 1, 2021
10.0 credits

Full course description

Course Description/Meeting Summary:

This Canvas, self-paced course provides an introduction to the SF service delivery model, including: teacher roles & responsibilities, curriculum and assessment supports aligned to UDL guidelines, SEL considerations, planning and communication with general education partner teachers. The modules use the Guide to Reflective Matrix as a framework for improving teacher collaboration and effectiveness in serving SWD. The PD espouses best practices for instructing SWD in virtual and F2F environments.

  • In-Service Points: 10
  • Component Number: 2100001

Meeting Locations and Times:

Canvas, ONLINE CLASS on December 8th, 2020, 12:00AM - 12:00AM
Online, Orlando, FL 32825

Canvas, ONLINE CLASS on July 30th, 2021, 12:00AM - 12:00AM
Online, Orlando, FL 32825

Contact Information:

Full Description/Meeting Details:

The purpose of this course is to provide a framework for building the collaborative relationship and expertise of Support Facilitation teachers and their partner General Education teacher(s), in their collaborative role of assisting students in successfully meeting the expectations of access, involvement with and progress in standards-based learning. This course uses the Support Facilitation Reflective Matrix as a professional development framework for building teacher expertise in the implementation of the Support Facilitation service delivery model for serving students with disabilities. Optimally, participation in this course will include the participation and collaboration of the support facilitation teacher and their general education partner(s) and be the first step toward increased effectiveness in supporting students with disabilities in inclusive settings. A special emphasis is placed upon (1) the development of collaborative partnerships, and (2) the incorporation of the principles of Universal Design for Learning in instructional planning and delivery, as a foundation for providing effective individualized support for all students, including students with IEPs, 504 Plans, and students who may need support in the general education classroom due to the gap between their current ability and the demands of the learning environment.


Please disregard the meeting times listed. This is a self-paced online course.