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Participants will learn about free online modules and resources designed to assist early intervention providers and preschool teachers in selecting and using evidence-based practices with young children with autism and their caregivers. Modules include information on how to plan for, use, and monitor evidence-based practices. Resources will be shared with participants. Participants may benefit from attending "Selecting Evidenced-Base Practices" before attending this session. Participation is suggested by not required. Note: Approximately three weeks before the webinar, registrants will receive an…Find out more »
This is a time for ECSE Administrators to come together and share with each other what is working in their programs as well as share what challenges are happening. Let's seek solutions together and build stronger programs so young students with IEPs can have better outcomes! No credit will be given for this virtual meeting. Note: Approximately two weeks before the webinar, registrants will receive an email to confirm receipt of their registration request and important instructions that should be…Find out more »
In this workshop participants will not only learn the basic principles of sensory processing but will have the opportunity to apply what they are learning through team case study work as well as playing around with sensory experiences they will be able to apply to their work. We will focus on naturally occurring sensory experiences as well as those that we plan and provide throughout the day to foster regulation, playful and joyful active participation in the service of optimal…Find out more »
This on demand training can be viewed May 1st through May 31st for 1.5 credit hours. In this replay of Dr. Katz’s keynote presentation at the WonderPlay Conference by 92Y, Dr. Katz discusses the importance of meaningful connections with children and how it is important to their learning. Note: This training is presented asynchronously for your convenience. You will receive an email with the link and voucher for the training, and you can watch it and take the quiz at…Find out more »
This is an opportunity for educators to come together and share ideas on how to support families of young children with disabilities. We share resources and offer support to one another. Note: Approximately three weeks before the webinar, registrants will receive an email to confirm receipt of their registration request and important instructions that should be viewed prior to the day of the session. Presenter(s): Sheri Kraus Webinar Date: May 15, 2024 Webinar Log-In: 8:55 AM- 9:00 AM Webinar Session:…Find out more »
This on demand training can be viewed June 1st through June 30th for 1.0 credit hour. Young children thrive when they feel emotionally secure. Helping children adjust to learning environments, changes in routines, or new activities can heighten emotions in young children’s bodies and brains that may lead some children to be anxious or exhibit behavioral disruption. Forming sound relationships that strengthen security while also setting limits and boundaries is essential to helping children grow. This webinar will highlight hands…Find out more »