As more schools shift toward personalized learning practices, a question that has remained unanswered is whether this new approach to teaching and learning will accommodate the needs of those with disabilities. Join Karla Phillips-Krivickas from Think Inclusion and Virgel Hammonds from KnowledgeWorks as they discuss what they learned from a series of interviews with school […]
Research shows that multimedia is beneficial to all students. However, it is not easy to find educational media with quality captions and audio descriptions. The Described and Captioned Media Program (DCMP) is a free, federally funded program that provides accessible educational media and much more. This presentation will discuss the benefits of accessible media in universal […]
Participants will explore the “What, Why, and How” of inclusive education as well as discuss how belonging relates to learning. This session will also highlight the importance of membership, participation, and learning to inclusive practices.
Attendees of this edWebinar will first and foremost have fun and feel understood and related to. Next, they will gain key SEL skills that will change their lives both in and out of work. The muscles are key to developing stronger relationships with youth and colleagues while maintaining authority and personal well-being. When flexed with […]
The Office of Educational Technology (OET) and the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services (OSERS) are partnered to host a webinar in honor of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). Join the webinar to hear from the South Carolina’s Department of Education staff. Learn from them how you can implement accessibility initiatives for your staff, […]
On this Getting Smart Town Hall we are joined by Erin Mote from Educating All Learners Alliance and Karla Phillips-Krivickas from Think Inclusion to discuss some of the core challenges facing learners with disabilities, some of the most pressing topics circling the learning disability field and to highlight exemplars who are responding well to these […]
Connect & cultivate year-long instead of only during the testing season. STEM4Real Partners will explore and present findings from the California Science Test (CAST) and explore helpful information that needs to be shared with people who need it such as families, educators, and administrators. Discover commonalities around advocacy for students such as: Asking the right […]
What do parents, teachers, and students need to advocate for students/themselves? Join Jason B. Allen to deep dive on the topic of how to effectively advocate for your student with learning differences and discuss what is needed to be an effective advocate.
Register for Webinar Student needs are up, and many educators’ bandwidth is down…but what if you could give your educators the tools they need to support diverse learners without piling more on their to-do lists? What if you could move beyond prescribing off the job self-care activities to strategies that actually work on the job, […]
This edWebinar will provide educators, specialists, and administrators with examples of teaching and learning tools that help build elementary and middle school students’ computational thinking while supporting the executive function needs of all learners. Join us to learn how you, your school, or your district can use Including Neurodiversity in Foundational and Applied Computational Thinking […]