Teachers of Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities
Students with significant cognitive disabilities have a documented cognitive disability that affects intellectual functioning, with deficits in adaptive behavior that adversely affects the student's educational performance.
Heart of Georgia Regional Teachers of Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities have the opportunity to network and share resources and information. Request to join the Teachers of Significant Cognitive Disabilities Classroom
Utilizing Visual Supports is an Evidence-Based Practice to help students with significant cognitive disabilities and students with Autism Process information. The AFIRM - Autism Focused Intervention Resources & Modules provides free online modules for teachers. Use the link below to access the module on Visual Supports
Utilizing visual schedules for students with significant cognitive disabilities helps teach many skills including routines, task analysis, communication, organization, and focus. Use the link below to access editable visual schedule templates.
The template is provided by Jessie Moreau.
Join Us for Professional Learning
The Heart of Georgia Regional Teachers of STudents with Significant Congnitive Disablilites meet quartlery for Professional Learning and Regional Sharing. To join the next session use the link below.
November 3, 2023
Seventeen teachers from 10 Heart of Georgia Region school districts participated in the Teachers of Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities Consortium. The group was provided training by Jessie Moreau. The focus of the session was Autism. Teachers shared resources and participated in a Make n' Take session. To register for the next
Professional Learning Provided by Jessie Moreau
Heather Gaines Wilcox County Wilcox County Elementary Teacher...Participant in Intensive Instruction for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities with Jessie Moreau
Brittany Faircloth Laurens County School District Showcase Transition Program Participant in Intensive Instruction for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities with Jessie Moreau
Riley Troili Bleckley County Elementary Founder of SEA - Special Educators Alliance Facebook Group Participant in Intensive Instruction for Students with Cognitive Disabilities
Audrey Mason Dublin High School Participant in Intensive Instruction for Students with Cognitive Disabilities with Jessie Moreau
In addition to supporting teachers through the Heart of Georgia Regional Teachers of Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities Consortium, Jessie Moreau provides modeling, coaching, and support to select teachers in the Heart of Georgia Region through the continuous improvement project, Intensive Support for Teachers with Significant Cognitive Disabilities. These teachers are selected by their school districts based on their strengths in educating students with disabilities and their abilities to help support other teachers. Participating teachers in the project shared their resources and ideas at the November meeting of the Heart of Georgia Regional Teachers of Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities Consortium!