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Bulgarian educators interested in inclusive education for students with learning challenges visited the College of Education this week to learn more about a team assessment tool and guidebook for positive behavior interventions written by MIT Associate Professor Bridget Walker and University of Washington College of Education Professor Doug Cheney. The SAPR-PBIS Manual: A Team-based Approach to Implementing Effective Schoolwide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (Brookes Publishing, June 2012) outlines a method for school teams to work together to develop strategies for supporting student academic and social success.
Pictured, from L-R: Doug Cheney, Stefan Yordanov, Iva Boneva, Bridget Walker, Lilia Krasteva and Stefka Chincheva
The four educators are from the Centre for Inclusive Education (CIE) in Bulgaria. CIE aims to provide Bulgarian teachers in state and private schools with the tools to work with children with learning disabilities and provide case studies that highlight best practices. They contacted Drs. Cheney and Walker to learn more about the methodology and strategies outlined in the manual to explore ways that they might use the tool and process to support their work in schools in Bulgaria. The group also visited some schools in the Seattle area to see how teachers implement inclusive and differentiation approaches in their classrooms. Read more on CIE.
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