At TCEA this year I had the chance to meet team members from PresenceLearning a company that provides online support to students across the country. They are hosting their second webinar series titled “Eureka! Big Ideas for Big Changes in SPED.” The webinar is designed to help educators, clinicians and administrators better support students – specifically those with hidden disabilities. This includes ADHD, learning disabilities, autism, and emotional and behavioral disturbances.
This month’s webinar “New Insights for Building Disability Pride and Empowering Students with Hidden Disabilities” is hosted by disability advocate, author, poet, and consultant LeDerick Horne and researcher Dr. Margo Izzo. Scheduled for March 30, 2017, this webinar will include stories from LeDerick Horne and Dr. Margo Izzo as well as evidence-based practices and case studies. Attendees will also discover new ideas to help connect students to positive role models, build on their assets, and advocate for services.
If you missed the first webinar in this series “Big Ideas in Neuroscience: Brains, Behavior and Engagement for Students and SPED Leaders” with Dr. Lori Desautels, click here.
To register for this month’s free webinar, visit this registration page. Certificates of attendance are available to attendees who attend the live webinars to use for professional development documentation. All live webinars start at 10 am Pacific time (1 pm Eastern time) and last 90 minutes.
Are you looking for free professional development on special education? Then you’ll definitely want to check out this special event from the folks at PresenceLearning. Don’t forget to register here before the live event on March 30th at 10AM PST/1PM EST.
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