Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities in the Online World Series

Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities in the Online World Series

By Gretchen Hanser PhD, MS, OTR/L, Director of Assistive Technology and Tova Horowitz MS.Ed, Special Educator

 

The Engaging Classroom in an Online World: Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities in Daily Remote Learning Experiences

Providing school curriculum through remote platforms is a recent shift that many special education providers have experienced. There are many challenges with remote learning for students with significant disabilities who have difficulties communicating, along with other challenges. Providing robust instruction seems overwhelming, but it is possible!! This webinar will teach you strategies and ideas to transfer your classroom instructional routines to an online platform while engaging students in this difficult learning environment. Concepts and activities to transform morning meeting, unit specific lessons and literacy instruction into an interactive and positive online learning experience will be demonstrated.

 

January 19th - 3:30PM-5:00PM CST

Registration link: https://tinyurl.com/y8h6laeo