Presenters: Blair Hartman
and Michalla Schartz
NOTE: If you registered and
attended Part 1 or 2, you do not need to re-register.
Part 1: Wednesday October 11th– Planning for
programming for students who will continue school past their four year cohort
can feel overwhelming. Starting the conversation early with the IEP team,
utilizing data to draft courses of study, and knowing how to assess student
needs can help make the transition smoother.
Part 2: Wednesday November 1st– Building content
and schedules for students who are returning to school after their 4 year
cohort can and should look differently than a typical 8:00-3:00 school day.
Outlining a detailed course of study, with accurate learning objectives, and
resources to continue to gather data and document progress helps us to create
programming that is individualized based on student needs and to reframe our
mindset of what the educational day may look like for students.
Part 3: Wednesday December 6th– The rest of the
IEP: writing annual goals, calculating minutes, and documenting related service
providers is still an important part of 18+ programming.
https://esu10-org.zoom.us/my/blairhartman.esu10 (recording will be provided to
registrants after event)
December 06, 2023
|Educators, Teachers, Counselors and Transition Specialists that will help students with work based learning experiences.
|No, this section can NOT be taken via distance learning.
|No, lunch is NOT provided.
|No, student support is NOT enabled for this section.
|No, this section can NOT be taken for college credit.