Spotlight Sessions on Special Education: Student-Directed IEPs
NYS Council for Exceptional Children and Greater Capital Region Teacher Center are again continuing their support of teachers, special education staff and families this year by providing a series of online discussions of current trends impacting the educational environment. We will meet online with a leader from the field to discuss our most pressing challenges: working with students with autism in inclusive spaces, implementing special education services for students learning English, and more! Between meetings, we engage with the latest guidance documents including high leverage practices for students with disabilities and culturally responsive sustaining practices in order to maintain our professional knowledge. This course is an opportunity to build a network with other educators, or an opportunity for general educators and families to deepen their understanding of the changing landscape of special education services. Participants will earn up to 15 hours of CTLE through five synchronous 1.5 hour meetings and asynchronous engagements
All sessions are online (synchronous on Zoom) on Wednesdays from 4:30-6:00 PM
List of Spotlight Sessions:
January 31 - Culturally Responsive and Sustaining IEPs
February 7 - Student-Directed IEPs
February 28 - Transition Planning for Post-School Success
Cost: FREE. Registration Required.
You can register for one or multiple sessions!
Registration Link: https://www.mylearningplan.com/WebReg/ActivityProfile.asp?D=13206&I=459…
Contact Liz Daley if you have questions: Liz@teachers-center.org