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SHEP Newsletter April 2016

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SHEP Newsletter November 2015

Please check out SHEP’s latest newsletter, which includes an exciting announcement regarding the new Comprehensive Transition Program at Northern Kentucky University. nov15SHEP

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SHEP Newsletter June 2015

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Benefits of a Comprehensive Transition Program


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SHEP Newsletter Spring 2015

New stories about our students and project in the new Spring 15 Newsletter. shep_april_15SHEP April 2015 NL

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Universal Design for Learning

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SHEP has created several video modules on Universal Design for Learning (UDL), a set of educational principles geared at making information accessible to all types of learners. By presenting concepts in multiple formats (visual, spoken, written, video), instructors can appeal to students who learn best in each of these ways. UDL is not only for students with disabilities, but can also benefit older students, those for whom English is a second language, and many others. Instructors find that they, too, benefit from using the principles of multiple means of engagement, representation, and expression. Find more UDL materials on our video resources page.

 

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SHEP December Newsletter

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SHEP student talks to Kentucky legislators

HK.CMDr. Harold Kleinert and Claire Mynear offer testimony on Supported Higher Education before the Interim Joint Committee on Education at the Capitol

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Comprehensive Transition Program Approved at Spalding University

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Tricia Baldwin, Spalding’s first CTP student

Spalding University in Louisville has become the third Institution of Higher Education in Kentucky to offer a federally approved Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP).  Joining Bluegrass Community and Technical College and Murray State University, Spalding will offer a program leading to a meaningful credential for students with intellectual disabilities. SHEP is happy to have Spalding as our newest partner in our efforts to expand postsecondary opportunities for students with intellectual disabilities throughout Kentucky.

 

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SHEP December 2013 Newsletter

Check out news from our project and students in the SHEP December Newsletter.

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SHEP December Newsletter

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