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Are You Inclusive? Developing Culturally Responsive Practices

Content type: Webinar
Culturally responsive educators are sensitive to diversity in the classroom. Teachers must reflect on their personal assumptions and biases. However, what are the characteristics of a culturally responsive education professional? What evidence-based...

Building Resilience in Special Educators

Content type: Webinar
Special educators have demanding jobs that require high levels of energy and resilience. You’re probably stressed by these demands, but haven’t been prepared to effectively manage it all. Eventually, job stress escalates to the level of burnout, which has...

Culturally Relevant Instruction: Teaching for Everyone’s Success!

Content type: Webinar
As America’s schools are becoming increasing ethnically diverse, teachers need the knowledge, skills, and models to incorporate culturally responsive instruction (CRI) into their daily instruction. In this webinar, you will learn instructional strategies...

From Philosophy to Practice: Enacting Authentic School Inclusion

Content type: Webinar
This webinar is for educators who are interested in creating authentically inclusive communities in PreK-12 classrooms in which all students are valued and have access to meaningful education in the general education setting. We will provide many...

Bullying and Suicide: Preventative Measures for Schools

Content type: Webinar
In collaboration with the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders (CCBD) Youth suicide is the third leading cause of death for children. Because being bullied is connected to self-harming behavior in children, schools are a logical place to...

Stress Detectives and Safe Harbors: Helping Children Feel Secure

Content type: Webinar
In partnership with the Division for Early Childhood (DEC). Whether we are leading a group of three-year-olds, leading a district of Kindergarten teachers, or leading an IEP meeting, we are often called upon to recognize and reduce the things that cause...

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