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Team Toolbox! Tips, Tools, and Collaboration for Educators Supporting Students with Autism and Significant Cognitive Disabilities
A Year in Review: Set Up for Fall and You Don't Drop the Ball

Teaching students with significant autism and/or low incidence disabilities requires educators to wear many hats and be focused and intentional during daily instruction. This series of webinars are designed to provide teachers resources and time to build professional connections with colleagues who work directly with students who have been diagnosed with ASD, ID, or have significant academic and behavior support needs. Some of the topics addressed may include:

  • Classroom structure and organization
  • Visual supports and communication
  • Video modeling, social narratives, and mindfulness
  • Active learning methods
  • Literacy for students with AU/LID
  • Assistive technology devices
  • Challenges of virtual/blended learning for students with significant support needs

Important Session Information:

Before going into the well-deserved summer break, consider what elements of your classroom added to student success: classroom design and structure? visual accommodations? proactive behavior supports? Put these key critical success elements to work and in place BEFORE you return in the fall so you’re set up for success and you return to a ready-to-rock room! Participants will also network and share out success strategies to support each other’s classroom designs for the next school year.

Self Assessment - Instructional Strategies/Teachers and Staff


Dimension 2.3: Communication, Dimension 2.4: Differentiation, Dimension 4.3: Professional Development; Standard 1 - Instructional Leadership

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Session ID:
Credits Available:
(1) SD or CPE
Contact Person:
Mydah Stoever
Teachers, Special Education
Date Time Location
5/14/2024 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Zoom-Online Only

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