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NeuroArts and Accessible Learning Specialist
Award-Winning International Music Composer
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Starts December 12th, 2022!
Triple Threat Course Creation Intensive
In this 60-day intensive, commit to building your skills in the 3 essential areas that are crucial to a solid online course! Your course will be a triple threat to provide engaging, meaningful & accessible content for your clients! PLUS, streamline your business with residual income that lets you serve where you're needed most.
December 10, 2022
Paraeducator Fundamentals IV, Pierce College/Bethel School District
In this course you will gain knowledge and skills to support cultural identity and diversity, communication basics, and how to address communication challenges. Part 4 of the Fundamental Course of Study covers units 01, 11, and 12 and is a requirement for employment as mandated by the State of Washington Paraeducator Standards Board.
October 7th - December 17th, 2022
Behavior Interventions for All Classrooms, Alaska Council for Exceptional Children & University of Alaska Anchorage
This course will explore behavior intervention strategies for supporting students across all classroom environments. Intervention areas include, but are not limited to antecedent and teaching interventions, positive consequences, corrective consequences, PBIS strategies, interactional strategies, group interventions, academic supports and interactions, data monitoring, planning, fidelity and specialized intervention strategies.
September 20th-22nd, 2022
Teaching Neurodivergent Musicians Workshop
Music teachers often only receive one course on teaching exceptional learners. Special educators rarely have experience with music pedagogy. This course combines both disciplines - transforming what we know about the brain and the body to cultivate powerful & accessible music learning for all students.
February 5th-6th 2022
Empowering All Learners through Accessibility Design (Universal Design for Learning)
Our multi-exceptional learners could be some of the greatest thinkers, creators, innovators and leaders of their generation! Unfortunately, it is sometimes difficult to provide for needs in both areas of strength and lagging areas. Many times, only one or the other is supported. This sometimes leads to the student being described as “brilliant, but lazy” and similar comments. This workshop will discuss how to support your general education teachers in the classroom to empower all students through Universal Design for Learning strategies, building self-advocacy and self-accommodation. We don’t want them to just survive. They deserve to thrive! Participants will reflect on their current thinking and practices and plan for implementation of new strategies to increase accessibility.
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