Inclusionary Practice Project & Special Education Support Center

Zoom Webinars

April - June 2022

Teaching and Planning Skills with Sarah Ward M.S., CCC/SLP (1.5 hours)

Thursday, May 19th, 2022  4:00-5:30pm
      Executive Function in the Classroom, Learning Center, Individual and Small Group Treatment Lessons using the The Get
Ready * Do * Done Model Do what you do…just make one tiny tweak and turn the core classroom objectives and tasks into
powerful tools to teach students executive control skills for classroom and treatment interventions. The ‘Get Ready * Do *
Done’ program teaches students the process of how to visualize simple, multi-step and complex tasks and assignments and
then sequence and plan the requisite steps to fully complete work.

Registration Now Open: PD Network Online Events (washingtonea.org)

Long Term Project Management with Sarah Ward M.S., CCC/SLP (1.5 hours)

Thursday, June 2nd, 2022  4:00-5:30pm
      Teach students how to break down complex tasks and assignments and then plan for, organize and initiate task. Help
students adopt a mindful approach to homework and to use schedules Long Term Project Management is a challenge for
students with executive dysfunction as they struggle to see into the future to plan ahead for completing the smaller parts of
the project. While we often tell students to break projects down into smaller parts, many students do not actually know HOW
to do this. Teach students methods to visually break large projects into smaller steps, to estimate time to complete and
schedule these steps, to visually learn the impact of procrastination and to prioritize steps of the project. Practical strategies
will be given to help with the initiation of difficult assignments and to ensure work is returned in a timely manner.

Registration Now Open: PD Network Online Events (washingtonea.org)

**WEA's Inclusionary Practices Project (IPP) and Special Education Support Center (SESC) is providing professional
development via Zoom. When you register, if you are one of the first 1000 participants. You will receive a confirmation
email with the Zoom pre-registration link. Once registration is full, the course will no longer be available in the drop
down menu. We do not maintain a wait list. Courses are available to all. Courses are free. Clock hours will be provided within 5-10 business days.**

Interactive four-part series with Dr. Julie Causton and Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak

Registration is a TWO step process:

  1. Register for each course using the link listed here.
  2. Use the registration link in your confirmation email to complete the Zoom registration.

This interactive four-part series is a must for any educator who wants to learn more about creating inclusive classrooms and schools. Each session includes magical learning experiences with two of the most sought after experts in the field of inclusive education, Dr. Julie Causton and Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak. During the sessions, we’ll explore the what, why, and how of inclusive learning experiences, gain a deeper understanding of when students learn best, and participants will receive practical
strategies for supporting students’ multiple identities and seeing disability as a form of diversity. You will also learn highly effective low and high preparation strategies for differentiating lessons, making curricular modifications, and literally 100s of strategies for adapting and supporting students’ access to the general education curriculum and content. Let’s come together to widen our circles!  In this cohort-style series, you will have the opportunity to meet with educational colleagues, learn key
concepts, & practice in small groups.

  • Session 2 - Thursday, April 28, 2022 from 5 - 7 pm
    Differentiation
    Session 3 - Thursday, May 26, 2022 from 5 - 7 pm
    Curriculum Modifications
    Session 4 - Thursday, June 9, 2022 from 5 - 7 pm
    Supporting Students with Behaviors that are Challenging

WEA's Inclusionary Practices Project (IPP) and Special Education Support Center (SESC) is providing professional
development via Zoom. When you register, if you are one of the first 200 participants, (This special event has a limit of 200 participants.) you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom link. Once registration is full, the course will no longer be available in the drop down menu. We do not maintain a wait list. Courses are available to all. Courses
are free. Clock hours will be provided within 5-10 business days after the last session.