Join this edWebinar to learn about providing your district staff and school leaders with key information, tools and resources, research, and structures to successfully implement a school or district-wide distance learning system for special populations students.
In this edWebinar, we will discuss the challenges faced by parents and caregivers as the nation moves to home-based schooling.
Attendees of this edWebinar will gain important insights and tools to future-build math instruction for remote and blended learning environments, helping students to engage and participate in online math and science classes.
Attend this timely and relevant edWebinar to learn how you can reference effective and familiar frameworks to guide your distance learning contingency planning during these uncertain times.
If circumstances call for social distancing (think COVID-19!), distance learning comes into play. It has its benefits, wearing PJs among them. It also has its challenges: lots of screen and seat time; virtual tools that might not fully engage learners; and programs that may not be a good fit with the curriculum. In short, they don’t always measure up to the “real thing” that is school.
In this edWebinar, we will discuss the new realities of online learning for broad groups of students in special education. We will outline the challenges, the bright spots where new ways of teaching and learning have been effective, and ways to build bridges to the future of special education.
This edWebinar will teach you about the different types of schedules and when to use each of them. Moreover, it will teach you how to create and implement schedules that your students with autism will follow.
SETDA is excited to offer this professional learning opportunity for educators to better understand how to teach online either full time or in times of remote learning.
To help teachers with the transition to online instruction, an edWebinar hosted by SETDA featured educators sharing what is working for them as they teach students online during the COVID-19 crisis. The presenters also provided recommendations for other educators who are now making the shift from being in a classroom to working remotely with students.
Join this edWebinar to hear the alarming impacts of going digital from parents, students, and educators across the country.