What webinar topics are most important to special ed educators?
For Inclusive Schools Week, which took place from December 5th to 9th, Brookes Publishing, sponsor of the Teaching All Students: Practical Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms professional learning community (PLC) on edWeb.net, celebrated with a five-day giveaway. The giveaway began with a survey in which Brookes Publishing asked special ed educators for their opinions on webinar topics for 2017. Participants in the survey were entered into a drawing to receive a tote bag full of inclusive classroom resources. Brookes Publishing announced five lucky winners, one on each day of Inclusive Schools Week.
Survey respondents proved to be most interested in the survey topics social emotional development, behavior issues, developmental disabilities and delays, adaptations and modifications, and autism. Respondents seemed least interested in the survey topics data collection and interpretation, and English and dual language learners. The survey results will help guide Brookes Publishing in selecting webinar topics for the community in 2017. Congratulations to Brookes Publishing’s randomly-selected winners; Sheila W. from British Columbia, Sandra L. from Massachusetts, Phyllis H. from Mississippi, Melissa G. from Wisconsin, and Deann L. from Kansas!
The Teaching All Students: Practical Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms community provides a space for school professionals to discover and share practical strategies for inclusive classrooms. Members receive invites to free webinars hosted by leading researchers in the field of inclusive education and learn about the latest tools and resources for helping all students reach their full potential. Join the community to connect with like-minded individuals and participate in engaging discussions on topics like Universal Design for Learning (UDL), differentiated instruction, and collaborative teaming.
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Founded in 1978, Brookes Publishing is an independent, highly respected educational publishing company with a strong focus on helping all people—with and without disabilities—reach their potential. They publish 50+ new titles a year on screening and assessment, early intervention, inclusive and special education, autism and other disabilities, literacy, behavior, communication, and more.