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Teaching and Learning

In accordance with the Blueprint 2.0, the Teaching and Learning team seeks to close the achievement gap for students who are receiving special education and related services. Through collaboration with content area offices, student support services, related service providers, school-based staff, parents, and students, Teaching and Learning staff provides professional development and direct support in order to increase students’ accessibility to and progress within the general education curriculum via a multi-tiered system of supports and interventions and provision of a continuum of services. We strive to improve the abilities of general educators, special educators and paraeducators to make data-driven decisions, differentiate instruction, execute research- and evidence- based instructional strategies, and implement universal design for learning in order to meet the needs of all students in the least restrictive environment.

Teaching and Learning Resources

  • Maryland Learning Links
    Resources for educators and families about issues related to special education and early intervention in Maryland.
  • National Center on Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
    Principles for creating instructional goals, methods, materials, and assessments that work for everyone--not a single, one-size-fits-all solution but rather flexible approaches that can be customized and adjusted for individual needs.
Autism Resources
  • Autism Society of Baltimore - Chesapeake
    An all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to acting as a voice for all people along the autism spectrum in the greater Baltimore area.
  • Pathfinders for Autism
    Contains articles and other helpful information and resources for parents and professionals.
  • Alphabetical List of Autism Resources
    An alphabetical listing of local and national resources.
  • Honestly Autism Day
    Honestly Autism Day (HAD) is a day devoted to understanding autism and is presented by the Partnership Project, which is a collaboration between the Autism Society of Baltimore-Chesapeake,  the Baltimore County Public Schools’ Office of Special Education, and the Department of Special Education at Towson University.
Dyslexia Resources