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Monday, June 19, 2017

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Monday, June 19th at 2pm EST
"Developing Self-Advocacy Skills for Special Learning Needs and ALL Students"
Presented by:
Sarah Goldammer

Preparing our students to transition into the post secondary or workforce requires that we understand the principle of self-advocacy and the importance of integrating self-advocacy instruction for adult education students. This session will provide an overview of the components of self-advocacy: know self, decision-making skills, knowledge of rights and responsibilities, knowledge of own needs, knowledge of laws, and effectively requesting reasonable accommodations.

Webinar space is limited to 500 and provided on first come, first serve basis.


1 comment:

  1. I always thought I was a great teacher in that I was capable of making learning fun and interactive, but I realize, after reading the information provided on special learning needs section,I have a lot to learn, which includes continuing professional development in Special Learning Needs. As a result, my interest has piqued and I would like to register for the next class with Sarah Goldammer on Special Learning Needs.