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This year’s theme, “Celebrating 40 Years of Progressive Leadership,” acknowledges TASH’s 40 years of generating change within the disability community and anticipates a brighter, more inclusive future for people with disabilities in all aspects of life. Each year, the TASH Conference impacts the disability field by connecting attendees to innovative information and resources, facilitating connections between stakeholders within the disability movement, and helping attendees reignite their passion for an inclusive world.

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Wednesday, December 2

8:20am PST

1:30pm PST

2:30pm PST

4:30pm PST

Voices from the Classroom: Thoughts about the Future of Special EducationLIMITED Salon F Aligning Math Instruction to Common Core Standards for Students with Significant DisabilitiesLIMITED Salon F Amazing Life Changing Experiences: Transition programs aren?t just for those with disabilitiesLIMITED Salon F Content-based Strategies and Resources for the Progressive LeaderLIMITED Salon F Daycare Center Directors' Attitude toward Inclusion of Children with Disabilities in KoreaLIMITED Salon F Decision-Making Processes of Beginning Special Education Teachers Including Students with Severe ChallengesLIMITED Salon F Educator ratings of importance and intensity of supports provided in inclusive settingsLIMITED Salon F Effective strategies for teaching reading skills to English Language Learners with IDLIMITED Salon F Embedding RIRD strategy in instructional settings to reduce vocal stereotypyLIMITED Salon F Evidence Based Practices in Action: Perspectives from Teachers in the FieldLIMITED Salon F Evidence-based Practices for Students with Severe Disabilities: The CEEDAR Center ReportLIMITED Salon F Evidence-Based Practices for Teaching Mathematics to Students with Moderate and Severe DisabilitiesLIMITED Salon F Examining Appropriate Participation and Performance of U.S. Students on Alternate AssessmentLIMITED Salon F Extending a Higher Education-School Collaboration into the Community: The Big Read ProjectLIMITED Salon F Fidelity versus Flexibility: Implementing Scientific Practices in Inclusive Science ClassroomsLIMITED Salon F Future Educational Leaders' Perceived Knowledge of Supporting Students with Severe DisabilitiesLIMITED Salon F Generalization of comprehension across content areas for students with ASDLIMITED Salon F Including learners with LID: Best practices in teacher training and professional developmentLIMITED Salon F Inclusion: A Question of Practice, Stance, Values and CultureLIMITED Salon F Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Students Who Require Continuous 1:1 Nursing Supports in SchoolLIMITED Salon F

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