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Taking The IEP Into The Classroom

This webinar is for new teachers who have students on modified programs and particularly those working for the first time with students (K-12) with severe multiple disabilities. We will take a look at different ways to thread IEP objectives into classroom, school-based and community activities. This webinar will also help to prioritize and simplify some of the key roles of the classroom teacher which can enhance meaningful participation for students on modified programs. Theme planning and parallel participation will also be addressed as planning tools to maximize learning and participation for all students. This webinar will help teachers and teaching assistants take their students' IEP objectives into the classroom.

Taking The IEP Into The Classroom Handout

Terry Wendorf

Terry Wendorf

MA

For over 33 years Terry has been working in a variety of roles including Teaching Assistant, Resource Teacher, Classroom Teacher, University Instructor, and Ministry of Education Outreach Program Coordinator. As an Outreach Program Coordinator, worked with a team of therapists (OT, PT, SLP) to provide website resources including online tutorials, workshops, and individualized curriculum guides for students with severe/profound cognitive and multiple disabilities. Developed and delivers an online course (i.e., Developing Functional Curriculum) for Vancouver Island University. Over 21 years as an educational consultant. She holds a Master’s degree in Leadership & Training with emphasis on adult learning.

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Games to Promote Student Learning

Games are a regular part of students' lives; they play games throughout the day on their computers, the Internet, and their cell phones. But what about the classroom? Academic games can have an effect on student achievement. This session will showcase some mathematics games that can have a significant effect on your students.

Games to Promote Student Learning Handout

Janet Stramel

Janet Stramel

M.S., Ph.D.

Dr. Janet Stramel is an Associate Professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Fort Hays State University. She received a BS degree in Middle School Mathematics from the University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK; an M.S. degree in Curriculum & Instruction with an emphasis in mathematics education from Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS; and a Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction from Kansas State University. She was a middle school mathematics teacher in Guthrie, OK from 1985-2001 and Wamego, KS from 2001-2009. During her time at FHSU, Dr. Stramel has taught classes in teacher education with a focus on mathematics methods as well as classes for the Department of Mathematics. She was the Director of Assessment and Accreditation and appointed as Interim Chair of the Department of Teacher Education at FHSU during the 2015-16 academic year.

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Developing Lifelong Leisure Skills for Individuals with Multiple Disabilities: An Overview of Fun Activities for the Classroom

This session will be an overview of leisure skills students may need once they reach adulthood, with ties to activities and lesson goals that can begin as early as preschool to ensure these skills are developed. Simple and fun activity ideas for the classroom and home will be provided, with information about additional resources for materials and ideas.

Jodi Click

Jodi Click

Jodi Click is a Special Education Coordinator for Goodwill Education Initiatives in Indiana and a private Assistive Technology/AAC Consultant. She has over 15 years experience working with teens and adults with severe & multiple disabilities, autism, and emotional disabilities in various school and adult service settings, as a teacher, consultant, and case coordinator. She triple-majored in Special Education, Music Therapy, and Music Education at University of Evansville and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Assistive Technology. Jodi is often found wearing her Super Teacher cape in the classroom and while leading IEP conferences.

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