If you missed the 2022 Reading Summit, you can still watch the Transforming Literacy OnDemand videos!
Collaboration between special education & general education teachers has numerous benefits for students. From personal growth in academics to classroom behaviors, the rewards are great for all involved.
The transition between schools is hard for all kids, and it is especially hard for kids with special needs. In this blog, we will learn why transitions are hard for exceptional learners and how parents and teachers can help them onto the path for a successful and easy transition to a new school.
Often special population departments work in isolation when servicing students, meanwhile many of these individuals fall in multiple subgroups. This blog will discuss one school’s success and one district’s journey to bridge the gap between special populations and general education departments. When these groups work together, teams can dig beyond the reading level to target specific skill deficits for readers to quickly reach proficiency.
This session will provide attendees with essential information to broaden their understanding of the history of and issues facing Trans/Nonbinary/Gender-Diverse folks.
Join Stephanie Steward-Bridges, Director of African American Student and Parent Services from South Bend Community School Corporation, as she leads us through a free four-part Culturally Responsive Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) series.
Join us to build a community of support among the Special Needs and SpEd educators of Indiana. This first meeting is a collaborative starting point where we will connect, share needs, and set a plan for the future of the CSN.