Delivery of Special Education-Related Services During School Closures
Due to an overwhelming response, we have reached a limit on the number of registrants and attendees for the event on April 9th at 2:00 ET. In an effort to accommodate the most attendees possible, our speakers have graciously agreed to present twice, first at 2:00 ET as planned, and again at 3:30 ET
Because we have a capacity limit on attendees, if you are unable to sign in for the 2:00 ET webinar, please plan to attend the 3:30 ET session. You can use the same link to log in.If the 3:30 ET event is also full, please know that we will be sending the link to the webinar recording to all registrants, along with the presentation slide deck, within 24 hours.
As the need for social distancing is prompting extended school closures across the country, school districts are considering new ways to keep students connected and engaged in school activities. Because continuity is especially important for students who receive special education-related services, PresenceLearning is hosting this webinar to support districts who are looking to deliver these services to students via in-home teletherapy.
You’ll hear from PresenceLearning’s Clinical Director, Kristin Martinez, who speaks and advises regularly on teletherapy best practices for schools, families, and therapists. And, you’ll learn from Glendora Tremper, Coordinator, Special Education at Springs Charter Schools, about how they quickly transitioned their school-based special education team to online delivery of services.
You’ll walk away with:
Kate Eberle Walker
Dr. Glendora Tremper
Coordinator, Special Education
Springs Charter Schools (Calif.)
Who will benefit:
Administrators interested in special education or remote learning. Anyone may attend.