Despite the ongoing challenges of COVID-19, the right to a free appropriate public education (FAPE) for students with disabilities remains in place. As schools shift to more distance learning, teams of educators are left to redesign what FAPE looks like when they cannot be physically present with their students. Created in partnership with the Diverse Learners […]
Distance learning has illuminated the need for and power of student-teacher connections for all students, and especially those with disabilities. Our expert panel will explore the importance of these connections that may have previously been taken for granted. You will be provided with tools, a pedagogical approach, and concrete ways to begin or refine an […]
In this webinar, presenters from Digital Promise’s Learner Variability Project and the National Center for Learning Disabilities will explain the research behind the development of early literacy using a whole child framework.
In this event, panelists from CAST,TIES and Carroll County Public Schools, will highlight the 5-15-45 tool, an online resource developed to support general and special educators collaboration to design inclusive lessons for all, and especially those with significant cognitive disabilities.
This session explores how schools can integrate effective family engagement into key aspects of teacher practice (such as classroom culture and data-driven instruction), allowing teachers to activate the full potential of families as team members to advance equitable student outcomes.
Join us for a full day of early literacy professional learning featuring keynote speakers Kai-leé Berke and Barbara Steinberg plus 12+ other experts, and earn up to 16 CE certificates live or on-demand through January 31st!
With more parents being their child’s primary educator, they may be seeing signs of learning difficulties that they are concerned with. Using NCLD’s new interactive tool, “The LD Checklist: Recognize and Respond”, attendees will learn the potential signs of learning difficulties and how one parent was able to spot the signs early to get her […]
Afton Partners will be presenting on financial planning processes, scenario planning, and guiding principles for district and charter school leadership as they navigate today and tomorrow’s financial challenges.
The Special Education Innovation Network is a newly formed national group of special education software and assistive technology developers, researchers, and nonprofits.
This session will discuss the proactive steps schools can take to not only prevent a worsening discipline crisis in schools, but to resolve the one that existed before COVID-19.