Promoting Access, Engagement and Learning Success for Students with Severe Disabilities

Educators frequently struggle how best to meet the significant and complex needs of students with severe and multiple disabilities. This webinar session will present techniques and tools (applying Universal Design for Learning Principles) to transform the instructional content, delivery and the student response mode to help students attain meaningful academic and functional life skills. Get … Continue reading Promoting Access, Engagement and Learning Success for Students with Severe Disabilities

Positive Approaches to Addressing Problem Behaviors of Students with Severe Disabilities – Part 2

Problem behaviors interfere with student learning, educational advancement, interactions with peers and adults and school success. This webinar session, augmented with multiple scenarios of students experiencing challenging behaviors, will demonstrate: 1) proactive strategies for adapting the environment so triggering events are removed; 2) teaching new skills to the student that will replace problem behaviors; and … Continue reading Positive Approaches to Addressing Problem Behaviors of Students with Severe Disabilities – Part 2

Positive Approaches to Addressing Problem Behaviors of Students with Severe Disabilities – Part 1

Problem behaviors interfere with student learning, educational advancement, interactions with peers and adults and school success. This webinar session, augmented with multiple scenarios of students experiencing challenging behaviors, will demonstrate: 1) proactive strategies for adapting the environment so triggering events are removed; 2) teaching new skills to the student that will replace problem behaviors; and … Continue reading Positive Approaches to Addressing Problem Behaviors of Students with Severe Disabilities – Part 1

Explore, Experiment and Enrich with Inquiry-based Science Activities for Young Learners

Let’s go on an adventure trip to capitalize on young children’s natural inclinations – curiosity, questioning and exploration. This webinar session will build educator knowledge and skills in creating learning environments and experiences to promote children’s higher order thinking and concept development as they investigate, problem-solve and think critically. This session will illustrate how to … Continue reading Explore, Experiment and Enrich with Inquiry-based Science Activities for Young Learners

Play Games, Role-Play, Drama and Movement Activities to Build the Brain

Play games to hook young learners onto learning and create a joyful learning environment. Games, role-play, drama and movement activities are not only highly engaging and fun for children but they help to build their brains, strengthen attention, self-regulation and social skills of young learners. They also help to reduce their stress levels. This webinar … Continue reading Play Games, Role-Play, Drama and Movement Activities to Build the Brain

Creative Story-telling and Story-building Strategies to Build Attention, Self-regulation and Imagination of Young Learners

Captivate young learners with creative use of highly motivating story-telling and story-building strategies to enhance their attention and self-regulation skills. This webinar session will illustrate how to use these story-based activities to stimulate language development, nurture executive function skills and build imagination and creativity of young learners in pre-k, kindergarten and early elementary settings. A … Continue reading Creative Story-telling and Story-building Strategies to Build Attention, Self-regulation and Imagination of Young Learners

AT for your Child with Complex Cognitive Needs: Behavior Supports

Part 3 of a 3-part series During this fast-paced presentation we will explore the features of behavior and memory support tools being used with students and adults with developmental disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder, cognitive and learning disabilities, as well as an intervention for people who have sustained a head injury. They can be used for … Continue reading AT for your Child with Complex Cognitive Needs: Behavior Supports