FEB 21st- DR. PATRICK SCHWARZ
Considering the specific learning and support needs for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in the inclusive classroom, participants of this workshop will learn processes to adaptively personalize and improve the
quality of educational settings. Included will be how to provide rationales for curricular adaptations, differentiated instruction and universal design in the general classroom, how to set up an IEP-at-a-glance tool for
supporting students, how to orchestrate a planning process so student needs are creatively met in a quality fashion and ideas for differentiation and universal design.
FEB 22nd- MARIA WHEELER
Increase understanding of the characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) that impact behavior and can foster communication breakdowns and
feelings of being overwhelmed. Learn how to address both the social and sensory needs of an individual. Topics will include: effective behavior interventions, visual supports for maximizing communication and minimizing
confusion, and preventing and dealing with shutdowns and meltdowns. This presentation is appropriate for educators, therapists, caregivers and parents of children/teens on the autism spectrum.
All info can be found at www.spectrumtrainingsystemsinc.com