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Most teachers in general education – elementary and content-area secondary programs – are only given one survey course in special education and very little practical instruction in how to address the needs of all their students.
As a result, many feel overwhelmed with trying to reach all of the children in their courses. Ensuring all students can learn is the ultimate in equitable education. This article is the first in a series about how to attempt to reach and teach the diverse learners in a general education classroom.
This article discusses ways to make the content-area, general education classroom socially and emotionally welcoming to students with learning differences
Registration for the PEP two-day in-person training for Family Peer Advocates is open!
The Parent Empowerment Program (PEP) Training is a combination of online modules, a two-day, in-person training, and 12 coaching calls. Completion of the PEP training is a requirement for the Family Peer Advocate Professional Credential.
Rochester, October 9-10, 2018
Poughkeepsie, November 8-9, 2018
Long Island, December 5-6, 2018
For more information about the PEP training and Family Peer Advocate Credential, contact Families Together in New York State at email@example.com.Location: Multiple Locations
Join the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Long Island for their annual symposium featuring Dr. Christine Moutier, Dr. Cynthia Kaplan, and Dr. Blaise Aguirre.
Presentation topics include:
Suggested attendees include emergency responders, medical professionals, mental health professionals, school personnel, students, clergy, suicide survivors, and anyone interested in suicide prevention. 5 Continuing Education Hours are available for LMSW/LCSW/LMHC/LMFT/LCAT.
For workshop details and registration, click here.
For the event flyer, click here.Location: Melville Marriott Hotel, 1350 Old Walk Whitman Road, Melville, NY 11747
Learn from expert national and state leaders, thinkers and innovators in the Family Engagement community.
Family Engagement is a shared responsibility in which schools and other community agencies and organizations are committed to reaching out to engage families in meaningful ways and in which families are committed to actively supporting their children's learning and development.
This 2018 conference supports those who want to develop and strengthen family-school-community partnerships. Participants will hear about best practices and high-impact engagement that they can use in their day to day work. Through discussion and work sessions, attendees will learn and share important information about family and community engagement. This conference offers a unique opportunity to build strong collaborations and take valuable information back to their schools and agencies.