Webinar - Working with students with Autism
Best Practices for working with students with disabilities: IEPs, Accommodations, Modifications, and Behavior Plans
Dr. Kathleen Adolt-Silva (Dr. KAS) will help to clarify things that you might encounter when starting to work in a school or district as a substitute teacher, substitute paraeducator, or full-time Managed Paraeducator Program (MPP) Paraeducator. About 1 in every 44 children is identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). If you work in education in any role, you will work with students with Autism. Hosted by our own Special Education subject matter expert, Dr. Kathleen Adolt-Silva, this webinar will give you 10 useful strategies for working with students with Autism to help the school day run smoothly. This session will be held on Wednesday, October12 from 4:30pm-5:30pm (Central). This webinar series will be hosted using the free Microsoft Teams application. To register, click here.
This is the second in a series of 6 special one-time webinars. These can all be taken in series, or you can pick and choose which you'd like to attend. Future events will include:
Working with students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Working with students with an Emotional Disturbance
Working with students with Specific Learning Disabilities
Working with students with Intellectual Disabilities