Bridges News — Professional Development/Training
Readtopia Curriculum Aligns to Right to Read Recommendations 0
The Ontario Human Rights Commission Right to Read Inquiry Report on issues for students with reading disabilities, has many recommendations that align with the Readtopia reading program. Download here a document summarizing how Readtopia aligns with the recommendations for students who need Tier 2 and Tier 3 instruction.
Restore Math Learning with Specially Priced Curriculum Packages 0
Math is an essential life skill. And after many months of disrupted learning, teachers of students with complex needs are finding that foundational knowledge and skills need to be refreshed and restored.
Re-engage students with math instruction that’s age-respectful, interesting and fun.
Act now and get Equals Mathematics or Debug’d Coding BEFORE December 15th and get the training you need for immediate implementation and results for savings from 22-37%.
- Bogdan Pospielovsky
- Tags: accessibility Coding cognitive challenges Math Professional Development/Training Special Education Special Needs Curricula
Coding, UDL in Play: Bridges Presents 3 sessions at ISTE 2021! 0We’re excited to announce that Bridges, has again been invited to present at the biggest education technology conference in North America -- ISTE Live 2021. This is the 4th year we’ve been invited to lead presentations at this prestigious conference and this year we’re doing 3! Details for each session are below.
Brandon Readtopia implementation 0
In 2019, supported by Bridges Professional Learning, 10 classes in Brandon Manitoba consisting of teams of 4 teachers each, implemented curricula for student with complex learning needs (i.e. AAC users, cognitive, sensory challenges, physical disabilities):
- Readtopia, the comprehensive experiential instructional reading program.
- Equals math curriculum that connects functional math to abstract ideas.
- First Author comprehensive writing curriculum that teaches how to write and measures writing progress (introduced this year)
So far, despite the pandemic, the Brandon curriculum project has been a wonderful experience and a great success