Task Analysis: A little skill that can mean A LOT!  ( 60 minutes )

Presented by: Barbara Piper, M.A. / TAP Consultant

Task analysis is important in identifying specific skill sequence of learning objectives to support student success. This webinar addresses the following: definition of task analysis; uses of task analysis; explanation of point of breakdown and pre-requisite skills; and stages and levels of learning.  


Title: How to Scaffold Instruction in-Class and Online

Presenter: Linda A. Gregg, Ed.D./TAP Consultant (lgregg@ces.org)

As a result of viewing this webinar participants will learn the definition of instructional scaffolding, see examples of conceptual, procedural, strategic and scaffolding through remote and online learning and understand when and how to use scaffolding strategies in-class and online.

 Duration: 60 mins


Presenter: Linda A. Gregg, Ed.D./TAP Consultant (lgregg@ces.org)

As a result of viewing this webinar participants will learn the hallmarks of differentiation which include Content, Process, Product, and Environment. Viewers will see examples of in-class and online differentiation. They will understand when and how to use differentiation strategies in-class and online.

 Duration: 60 mins


Presenter: Barbara Piper, M.A. / TAP Consultant / CES

This session addresses creating and implementing accommodations and modifications in the educational setting. Topics include: what accommodations and modifications are; a 4 component model for creating accommodations and modifications; and looks at implementing accommodations in virtual/remote learning.

Duration: 62 minutes