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Convention Workshops

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Looking for a deeper dive into a particular topic? Choose from any of our convention workshops! New for 2022, a variety of workshops will be available for both the in-person convention as well as the virtual convention.

Attending in-person? You can register for any of the in-person workshops, and any of the virtual workshops as well!

Attending the virtual component of convention? You can register for any of the virtual workshops and receive access to the recording as well!

Additional registration is required for both in-person and virtual convention workshops. See the registration page for rates.

In-Person Convention Workshops - Sunday, Jan. 16

Workshop 01 - Legally Defensible IEPs Julie Weatherly, Resolutions in Special Education, Inc., Mobile, AL
Workshop 51A - CEC Program Report Workshop for Program Developers Christy Hooser, Ph.D., Eastern Illinois University, Charleston
Workshop 51B - CEC Program Report Workshop for Program Reviewers  Christy Hooser, Ph.D., Eastern Illinois University, Charleston
Workshop 13 - Specially Designed Instruction in Action: Strategies and Techniques to Improve Student Outcomes Nicole Barrion and Amy Creed, Alexandria City Public Schools, VA
Workshop 14 - Cultivating Relationships with Evidence-based Behavioral Strategies: What to Do (and Avoid) Timothy J. Landrum, University of Louisville, KY and Lauren W. Collins, San Diego State University, CA

 

Last Updated:  23 August, 2021

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