NYC RSE-TASC in collaboration with

Children's First Network 412 present:

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Specially Designed Instruction & Testing Accommodations

Specially Designed Instruction for Students with Disabilities:


Specially designed instruction refers adapting, as appropriate to the needs of students with disabilities, the content, methodology, or delivery of instruction to address the unique needs that result from the student's disability; and to ensure access of the student to the general curriculum and Common Core Learning Standards. This professional learning opportunity is designed for educators interested in learning more about specially designed instruction (SDI) and utilizing SDI with students with disabilities.



Testing Accommodations:


This professional learning opportunity provides current information related to the types of testing accommodations, the decision-making process to determine needed testing accommodations for students with disabilities, and the documentation of appropriate testing accommodations in the IEP.

Specially Designed Instruction

Tuesday, Nov. 5th 2013 at 9am-3pm

The Brooklyn UFT, 335 Adams Street, 25th Floor, Room D, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Testing Accommodations

Thursday, Nov. 7th 2013 at 9am-3pm

The Brooklyn UFT, 335 Adams Street, 25th Floor, Room D, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Target Audience Include:

Specially Designed Instruction for Students with Disabilities:


  • IEP Teams;
  • General/Special Education Teachers;
  • Co-Teaching Teams;
  • and Service Providers.


Testing Accommodations:


  • IEP Teams;
  • General/Special Education Teachers;
  • Co-Teaching Teams;
  • and Testing Coordinators.