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How to Implement Successful Inclusive Programming
Monday, October 16, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Presented by Kathryn Wahl, Director II, Inclusion Collaborative, Santa Clara County Office of Education
Sponsored by Brookes Publishing
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Implementing successful inclusion programs can be done with thoughtful, intentional planning. In this edWebinar, Kathryn Wahl, Director of the Santa Clara County Office of Education’s Inclusion Collaborative Department, will leads session on:
- The importance of inclusion
- The different types of inclusion models
- Practices needed for successful inclusion implementation, collaborative teaming and planning
Kathryn also shares about her experiences with the Inclusion Collaborative of the Santa Clara County Office of Education, which provides professional development, coaching and technical assistance to support successful inclusive programming. Preschool through grade 12 administrators and educators are invited watch this recorded session. Learn ways to begin or improve your school or district’s inclusion program.
About the Presenter
As Director of the Santa Clara County Office of Education’s (SCCOE) Inclusion Collaborative Department, Kathryn Wahl is responsible for promoting, supporting and advocating for all children to have full access to inclusive environments, regardless of their abilities, both locally, regionally and statewide. The Inclusion Collaborate of SCCOE strives to build a culture that values all children by strengthening, sustaining, and ensuring inclusive practices.
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