Super Goal: Knowledge Mobilization, Equity and Access, HLP/UDL/MTSS/
The super goal committee of the 2021-22 Washington State CEEDAR collaborative is currently works on three overlapping areas of reform. The three areas of reform are Knowledge Mobilization, Equity and Access, and High Leverage Practices (HLP)/ Universal Design for Learning (UDL)/ Multi Tiers System of Supports (MTSS). View our goals for the three areas of reform below.
Use the ed4allwa.com website to provide Knowledge Mobilization support for Evidence-based practices, high leverage practices, and professional development (PD) to expand best practices related to inclusive education in the State of Washington.
Make connections with standards (InTASC, NAEYC, SEL, CCDEI, and WA SpEd End), and frameworks (MTSS, UDL, and HLPs) referenced across state education agencies, higher education, and K-12 systems to promote common language, consistency, and alignment in preparing preservice and inservice inclusive educators.
Ensure alignment of Equity and Across Super Goal
Don McMahon, Ph.D.
Washington State University
Cyndi Caniglia, Ph.D.
Connie Kliewer, Ph.D.
Annie Lamberto, M.ED.
Washington Education Association (WEA)
Jen Chong Jewell
PAVE - Partnerships for Action, Voices for Empowerment
Davida Sharpe-Haygood, M.ED.
Pierce Community District
Kathleen Waldron-Soler, Ph.D.
Eastern Washington University
Graduate Student at Washington State University
Families have an opportunity to learn about how children with disabilities can be included meaningfully and successfully in classrooms with their non-disabled peers. A three-part
Listen to Dr. Cyndi Caniglia clarify common misconceptions and implementation barriers associated with Universal Design for Learning in the classroom. Furthermore, learn about how Universal