All Students Learning in General Education Classrooms: The Journey Towards Inclusive Education Best Practices in Vermont Conference
This free conference is to be held on March 16 at the Capital Plaza, Montpelier
- By Jeanne M Nauheimer
Come learn about best practices in inclusive education from Vermont educators at this FREE event! Teams representing students with dual sensory impairments and a variety of educational needs will present in partnership wtih Vermont I-Team consultants. You will have the opportunity to ask them how they adopted new and inclusive practices as well as how they are continuing to move towards the goal of "all means all" in inclusive general education classrooms. This collaborative forum has something for everyone: parents, priciples, general and special education teachers, SLPs, OTs, PTs, and others working with students with complex learning needs. There will also be a session featuring the various learning and assistive technologies used by the featured presenting teams. Throughout the day you'll have several opportunities to reflect on your own practice and journey towards "all means all."
This is a free event, but space is limited. To register please visit: https://survey.uvm.edu/index.php/882584/lang-en
Keynote address to be given by Cheryl Jorgensen, Ph.D.
Audience: Parents, teachers, related service providers including paraprofessionals and administrators
When: March 16, 2016 from 8am-3:30pm
Where: Capital Plaza, Montpelier, Vermont
Presented by: Vermont I-Team, Vermont Assistive Technology Program, Vermont Agency of Education, and the Center on Disability and Community Inclusion