CLASS Observation Support: Settings Serving Children with Disabilities is designed to bring awareness and share strategies to effectively observe and score interactions that are supportive of children with disabilities.
Through careful content delivery via a 2-hour on-demand course, participants will deepen understanding of what makes these settings unique and how best to effectively observe in those contexts.
12-month access to the 2 hour on-demand CLASS Observation Support: Settings Serving Children with Disabilities*
A Digital Activity Guide designed to support active participation during the training, summarize key takeaways, and provide space for planning trying and reflecting
A certification of completion and 0.2 CEUS upon course completion
* 2-year access to the on-demand course is provided only to certified observers at no additional cost
Prefer a live, facilitated training instead? Click here to request more information on the CLASS Observation Support: Settings Serving Children with Disabilities facilitated training offering.
Course Learning Objectives:
Explain what makes settings serving children with disabilities unique
Identify how to recognize and reduce bias related to children with disabilities
Discuss best practices when observing in settings serving children with disabilities
Describe interactions that are supportive of children with disabilities and identify how they sort into CLASS dimensions