Presented by Michelle Nutini, Ed.D., Director of Learning Services, STAGES Learning; Frankie Kietzman, Ed.S., Director of District Relations, STAGES Learning; and Katy Mercier, M.Ed., Educational Ambassador, STAGES Learning
Presented by Amanda Struss, Educational Ambassador, STAGES Learning; and Dr. Michelle Nutini, Director of Professional Development Services, STAGES Learning
Presented by Eric Crespo, Superintendent of Schools, Weehawken Township School District (NJ); and Lisa Schleer, Vice President of Educational Partnerships, Stages Learning
The number of students with disabilities in U.S. schools is growing. Yet the number of teachers, paraprofessionals, and other staff qualified and prepared to teach them is declining, leaving special education learners without the services and support they need.
Presented by Dr. Kari Stubbs, Senior Vice President, STAGES Learning; and Lisa Schmucki, Founder and CEO, edWeb.net
Presented by Rachel Emmer, M.S., CCC-SLP, Teaching & Learning Ambassador, STAGES® Learning; and Frankie Kietzman, Manager of Educational Relationships, STAGES® Learning
Over the last 10 years, the number of students with autism diagnoses has grown. Couple that with learners (many not yet diagnosed) who are entering schools for the first time since the pandemic with multiple challenges—like school-readiness deficits, language acquisition delays, mental health issues, and socio-emotional difficulties—that make it hard for them to regulate their emotions. Plus, it’s tougher for teachers to navigate students’ diverse needs, especially those with autism and on the spectrum.
Presented by Dr. Kari Stubbs, Vice President, Brand Strategy & Industry Alliances, STAGES® Learning; Dr. Michelle Nutini, District & Educator Advocate, STAGES® Learning; Michael Caliguiri, Educational Ambassador, STAGES® Learning; and Lisa Schleer, Vice President of Educational Strategic Partnerships, STAGES® Learning
Presented by Frankie Kietzman, Ed.S., Special Education Teacher, and Manager of Educational Relationships at STAGES Learning; and Cindy Bowers, J.D., C.O.O., STAGES Learning
April is Autism Awareness Month, and edWeb.net is especially thankful to announce that STAGES Learning will be the new sponsor of Teaching Students with Autism, a free professional learning community on edWeb that provides ideas and resources for teachers working with students with autism. The community has nearly 30,000 members and has been an important resource for educators for many years, providing free professional learning edWebinars and support, especially during the pandemic.