Making plans for your Fall professional development? The folks at PresenceLearning are kicking off their totally free Fall 2017 SPED Ahead webinar series Blueprints for Success: Interventions That Really Work.
The first webinar in the series is Building Academic and S/E/B Progress for All Students. It will be led by Dr. Howie Knoff an international expert on school discipline, classroom management, student self-management and interventions on Tuesday, September 19, 2017. During the webinar, Dr. Knoff will explain how to implement evidence-based approaches. This helps all students learn and demonstrate a range of skills. This includes effective interpersonal, social problem-solving and emotional coping, conflict prevention, and resolution can increase academic outcomes and improve school climate.
Interventions That Really Work
The other two webinars in the series take place later this fall:
- Tuesday, October 26, 2017 — Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) expert Dr. Jeanne Wanzek will lead the second webinar of the series. During the webinar, the participants will learn how to plan and design interventions for students. This is specifically focused on students struggling with reading in elementary grades.
- Tuesday, November 30, 2017 — Differentiated instruction expert Dr. Carol Ann Tomlinson will provide deep insight, advice, and practical tips for creating and implementing strategies that work during the last webinar of the season.
All three live webinars are totally free and certificates of attendance are issued to attendees to use for ASHA, AOTA and NASP professional development documentation. All webinars start at 1PM ET/10AM PT and run for 90 minutes.
You can also see full descriptions for the webinars and sign up for all three (or just one) by heading over to PresenceLearning’s website!
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