When we act together

Every Student Succeeds


 

In math and special education it can be a challenge to:

CLOSE PERFORMANCE GAPS

Math can be exciting and challenging at the same time for all grade levels.  Let us model how to teach collaboratively using research based, high yield strategies for  closing performance gaps while building  student self efficacy to maximize student test scores.  

 

VERTICALLY ALIGN CONCEPTS

Many students find themselves years behind their peers.  With dozens of students at varying levels of ability, teachers struggle to differentiate. Our workshops align concepts to build teacher capacity and model how to close performance gaps quickly and efficiently.

 

 

BUILD INCLUSIVE TEAMS

Struggling to understand material can make students feel isolated and frustrated. Our workshops are designed to boost collaboration between participants, modeling an ideal learning environment to build student confidence in their abilities and promote inclusion.

 
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Why It Works

Here at Access Curriculum Together (ACT), we are two specialists with decades of experience teaching math and special education who personally understand the unique challenges facing teachers with both: a shortage of resources and a lack of integration. We desire to see educators united with resources and strategies that maximize students’ enjoyment of learning and capacity for success. By connecting administrators and teachers with the latest research and rigorous, hands-on solutions, we can ignite a passion in all students to learn.

We believe excellence in mathematics is not only for a select group of students, and that special education students shouldn’t be isolated from the rest of the school population. When all students feel successful and discover their potential, the resulting joy will help mold them into indispensible future leaders in their communities. 

By equipping school districts, campuses, teachers, and paraprofessionals with innovative tools and resources, we can close performance gaps and help all students feel confident in their academic abilities.

We fully support schools implementing ACT’s workshops and resources, where every student belongs, where every student succeeds.

We are proud to share our successes with you.  Every low performing and high performing school district we have served has been positively impacted by ACT and has Met Academic Standards!! Contact us to see how we can positively impact teachers, students, and scores!

 

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What People are Saying

 
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Access Curriculum Together is exactly what school districts need!
— PSP at AIE Conference
 Kimberly Cook and Patty Callaway partnering for your success!

Kimberly Cook and Patty Callaway partnering for your success!

We want everything you have. Are your activities for sale?
— Inclusion Works Conference
Access Curriculum Together aligns with the same goals and objectives as the Advancing Improvement in Education Conference. This is the best session I’ve been to at AIE!
— Superintendent at AIE Conference
WOW ACT Training! My teachers now understand how to include all pieces of the TEKS Resource System and begin with the end in mind for teaching on grade level, and my district knows how to team teach for success for all students! You two rocked it!
— Mathis ISD Curriculum Director
Access Curriculum Together understands how to train teacher teams to embrace each other inside and outside the inclusion classroom. Their activities and supports left inclusion teams bonded and prepared for success for all students.
— Gregory Portland ISD Curriculum Director
The collaborative activities we did at the ACT workshop helped me understand how to integrate and support all learners while teaching the standards on grade level. I am doing Universal Design for Learning, UDL, when I’m using math manipulatives!
— Mathis and Riviera ISD
Thank you for supporting our teachers with your math and special ed expertise. I am so happy to have you here training our teachers and helping us meet accountability standards.
— Premont ISD Principal