GAA Training at Southeast GLRS

Written by Kathleen Tootle on . Posted in Uncategorized

Both veteran and beginning special education teachers met at Southeast GLRS on September 19, 2017 to discuss the Georgia Alternate Assessment (GAA).  Joy Peterson, an independent GAA consultant, presented the group with topics that included an overview of the GAA, standards selection, determining central standards-based skills, and developing appropriate instructional tasks.  The teachers were able to participate in practical, hands-on activities in the morning and in the afternoon they were able to work on their individual student portfolios. 

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