Special Education Connect CSN

About the Special Education Connect CSN

Brought to you by Special Education Connect and powered by Keep Indiana Learning, the Special Education Collaborative Support Network (CSN) is a space for teachers, leaders, and organizations to come together as we focus on the work of serving students with disabilities. Our goal is to create a space that is informative, collaborative, and targeted to supporting your professional needs. Join us for the opportunity to engage in professional learning AND to collaborate with other participants around guided topics and topics of your choosing.

Butler University's Special Education - Mild Intervention Certificate and Licensure Pathway

Date(s): January 26th at 11:30AM EST
Cost: FREE

Join Theresa Meyer for Special Education – Mild Intervention Certificate and Licensure Pathway, a yearlong, 18 credit hour post-baccalaureate licensure program aligned with the 2020 Council for Exceptional Children’s Initial K-12 Practice-Based Professional Preparation Standards for Special Educators.

Presented by Theresa Meyer

Theresa Meyer

Theresa Knipstein Meyer is a faculty member in Butler University’s College of Education. She works with student teachers and instructs in method classes of special education. She is also the director of the Butler Graduate Alternative Program in Special Education. Professor Meyer speaks often on brain research and retention of teachers in the field. She has been a teacher for over 20 years, spending part of her career as a Digital Age Literacy Coach in the MSD Lawrence Township in Indianapolis, Indiana. In this role, she supported 34 literacy coaches in 21 buildings (K‐12) with 21st century goals and best practices in teaching. Her specialty is working with diverse learners, particularly those students labeled with disabilities.

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